Important notice -

Our house, café and second hand bookshop are open on Saturday and Sundays only. The Deer Park is currently closed to help regenerate paths and ground condition. Thank you for following Welsh Government Regulations when visiting.

Historic Newton House surrounded by a National Nature Reserve and 18th century landscape Deer Park


Things to see and do

Fallow deer christmas decorations hanging on the tree

Christmas at Dinefwr 

Enjoy wild walks through the ancient woodlands and roam the glittering parkland in the company of winter wildlife. What better than to warm up with a seasonal something from our outdoor café at Newton House?

Upcoming events

Christmas at Dinefwr

Sat 04 Dec 2021
Beautiful decorations, roaring fires and festive cheer for all.

Santa Sundays

Sun 05 Dec 2021
Santa Sunday is back, and our magical winter guest will be here to greet and take requests from our younger visitors.

Community Carols at Dinefwr

Wed 15 Dec 2021
Join us at Dinefwr to enjoy an evening of traditional Carols and community Christmas spirit

Super Special Santa Saturday

Sat 18 Dec 2021
Santa Sunday has proved more popular than ever, with all dates fully booked we want to welcome you to a one off Super Special Santa Saturday

Visiting the House



Caffi allanol Dinefwr, Llandeilo

Eating at Dinefwr 

On Saturdays and Sundays our café on the outdoor terrace and the cosy fire-lit café in the house are open from 10.30am - 3.30pm. Dogs on leads welcome, too! Normal admission charges to the house apply.



White Park Cattle at Dinefwr

The legend of Lady of the Lake at Dinefwr 

The White Park Cattle of Dinefwr are associated with some of the most famous Welsh legends and folklore, none more so than the story of the Lady of the Lake at Llyn y Fan Fach.

Oxbow lakes and River Tywi, Dinefwr Park, Carmarthenshire

The lake of reflections at Dinefwr 

The lake of reflections makes you look more wealthy than you are


Our work

Dinefwr White Park Cow

White Park Cattle at Dinefwr 

Our famous herd of White Park Cattle have a fascinating history that dates back to the year 920.

Flowers in meadow

Conservation Grazers at Dinefwr 

Conservation machines; our White Park Cattle are our best tool for conserving our flowering hay meadows.

Bluebells at Dinefwr with Newton House in background

Conservation in Carmarthenshire  

Find out about some of the conservation projects we're working on here in Carmarthenshire.


Join or give

Fountain Garden at Dinefwr Black and White

Fundraising for our Fountain Garden at Dinefwr 

One of our conservation ambitions for Dinefwr is the restoration of our Fountain Garden. Find out what we're doing and how you can lend a hand too.