Easter at Dinefwr and DolaucothiDinefwr Park and Dolaucothi Goldmines, Carmarthenshire
- Dates8 April 2020 to 15 April 2020
- Holiday typeTrust
- AvailabilityPlaces available
- Activity type Event
- Holiday code20KTU128
- AccommodationDinefwr Bunkhouse
About Easter at Dinefwr and DolaucothiCreate amazing Easter events in West Wales
Join us at Dinefwr, which is home to a National Nature Reserve, historic house, rugged castle, wonderful eighteenth-century landscape, medieval deer park and of course, a wildly popular Easter egg trail for the whole family to enjoy. Or there’s Dolaucothi with its tales of Roman gold, 1930s mine yard, and the wider estate with 25km of footpaths through wildlife-packed parkland, where the Easter egg trail also needs a few pairs of extra hands.
The Easter holidays are one of the busiest times of the year at both places, and there are usually around 2,000 visitors over the weekend enjoying the trails across both estates. When you join the Easter trails team, you'll be doing a variety of activities, all with the aim of creating a memorable day out for families. You could be helping to prepare and lead craft and trail activities, lending a hand with car parking, keeping an eye on the tea rooms, or looking after the Easter trail or raffle. Whatever you do, you’ll be sharing the workload of these much-loved events equally within your team, as well as sharing your love of these incredible places with the families taking part in the trails.
About the accommodation
Dinefwr Bunkhouse forms part of courtyards adjoining Newton House of the Dinefwr Park Estate. The combined living area and kitchen are homely and sociable, with large sofas and a wood-burning stove. Bedroom accommodation is in dormitories sleeping 3 to 9 and modern, newly refurbished shower rooms. There are fantastic views over the seventeenth-century deer park from the patio which is reached from doors off the living area and has wooden bench seating and a barbecue. The old kitchen for Newton House is situated below,now a bookshop, and the basecamp would once have been used for servants’ accommodation.
Facilities: garden, open fire/woodburner, washing machine, tumble dryer.
Bedding: all bedding/linen provided.
Notes for guests
What to bring: Wet weather clothing and sun screen, novelty Easter dress optional!
A standard kit list can be found on our Essential Information page.