Dinefwr Park (Carmarthenshire)
Dinefwr was the first parkland in Wales to be designated a NNR it also has SSSI status and the Towy river that boarders the property is a SAC. The park is home to many veteran trees, some thought to be more than 700 years old! There are several habitats for dragonflies at Dinefwr, the mill pond, oxbows lakes in the flood plain meadows and the river Towy as well as smaller ponds and ditches around the estate. Species at the park include Emperors, Southern Hawkers, Common Darters, Blue-tailed Damselflies and you can see Common Club-tailed on the riverbank.
To get to Dinefwr, follow the signs to Llandeilo and the brown signs to the park from there, sat nav’s can be confused with the location. Parkland entry and parking is charged at £6 per car and a separate admission is charged to Newton House, National Trust members are free. There is a car park, toilets, tea rooms and a shop. There is partial access to the grounds for wheelchairs and pushchairs including a boardwalk around the mill pond.
Contact UsGrid reference: SN 625 225.
Nearest postcode: SA19 6RT