February Half Term at Dinefwr

Get back to nature this February half term

11am – 12.30pm: Making bird feeders. 2pm – 3.30pm: Bird Spotting with our Ranger

Dinefwr Park in Llandeilo is the first parkland in Wales to be designated a National Nature Reserve. As well as catching a glimpse of our resident herd of Fallow deer and White Park Cattle, it’s a great time of year to discover the delights of our bustling birdlife.

From the radiant Red Kite to the tiny Wren we’ve got it all and you could too by making bird feeders to attract wildlife to your own garden - It’s been a long winter and the extra food is vital to Britain’s garden birds.

Every day during half term we’ll be spending the morning session making bird feeders before spending the afternoon in our woodland– who knows what we might spot!

Feeling Peckish? Head to the Billiard Room Tearooms inside Newton House and warm up next to the roaring log fire.

After lunch, you can go at your own pace and delve deep in to the history of the atmospheric Newton House. This hand’s- on house is just waiting to be explored.  You can experience life as a servant in the basement where you can try your hand at the Butler’s chores, then go ‘upstairs’ and play the grand piano in front of the House’ ancestors. Each portrait has a different story to tell.

*Visitor Note: There will be no guided House tours during half term. The tours will resume from 26th February.