Newton House surrounded by the parkland at Dinefwr

Important notice -

Parkland & outdoor café are open (café closed 17-18 May) The house reopens 19 May. On weekdays no need to pre-book. At busier times, like weekends & school holidays, booking's recommended to guarantee entry.Please follow Welsh Government Regulations.

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

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Things to see and do

Walk in the footsteps of Welsh legends at Dinefwr

What's open? 

The car park, garden, parkland and outdoor café (takeaway only) are open (please note the café will be closed 17-18 May). We’ll also be reopening the house 19 May. On weekdays you don’t need to pre-book your visit. At busier times, like weekends, bank holidays and school holidays, booking is recommended to guarantee entry. We ask everyone to follow Welsh Government Regulations when visiting. We're looking forward to welcoming you back.

Upcoming events

Timed car parking at Dinefwr (10 May - 16 May)

Sun 16 May 2021
Book your timed car parking at Dinefwr.

Timed entry to Dinefwr (19 May - 23 May)

Wed 19 May 2021
Book your timed entry to visit Dinefwr.


Caffi allanol Dinefwr, Llandeilo

Eating at Dinefwr 

No visit is complete without a visit to the outdoor café, a lovely treat at the end of a brisk walk around the park. The outdoor cafe is open from 10:30 to 16:30 daily serving a selection of drinks, cakes and pre-packaged sandwiches for take away only.



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.