Autumnal view at Newton House at Dinefwr, Carmarthenshire

National Nature Reserve, historic house and 18th-century landscape park, enclosing a medieval deer park


Things to see and do

Oxbow lakes and River Tywi, Dinefwr Park, Carmarthenshire

Explore the enchanted forest at Dinefwr 

The mystical forest at Dinefwr has some of the oldest trees in Britain, and is home to modern day mini-dragons. Well, freshwater dragonflies at least.

Deer at Dinefwr Park and Castle, Carmarthenshire

Dinefwr's parkland 

The parkland at Dinefwr in Carmarthenshire, is a remarkable man-made landscape, which is home to fallow deer and rare wildlife.


What's on

David Bond and Ivy

Something for everyone 

There's always something new to discover at Dinefwr and we have a full list of events and activities to suit everyone. Check out what's on and plan your visit today.



Tea and scones in from of roaring fire

Eating at Dinefwr 

We're very proud of our food and catering offer here at Dinefwr. Whether you're after a quick cuppa whilst exploring our trails, a sit down refreshment as you watch the grazing cattle, or some home grown produce from our farm shop to take home.



Lavender products in the shop at Charlecote Park

Shopping at Dinefwr 

Pop into our shop and pick up some beautiful mementos or tasty treats to remember your experience at Dinefwr.


Our work

Two ladies walking in the autumn

We're weather-proofing our trails 

We're weather-proofing our trails so that they can be enjoyed all year round. It's a great time of year to get outdoors and closer to nature and there's always something new to discover at Dinefwr. So boots on, lace up, it's time for an adventure.



Bride and groom kiss in front of Newton House

A Very Special Venue 

At Dinefwr Park, history and the spectacular environment combine to make a truly unique and incomparable venue for your wedding ceremony. Read about weddings at Dinefwr.


Places to stay

Penparc holiday cottage exterior

Treat yourself to a special break 

Carmarthenshire is known as the garden of Wales, so there's no surprise it's a popular holiday destination for those wanting to take a relaxing break and enjoy some of the most spectacular coast and countryside in the UK. We have many self-catering options to choose from.