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Dinefwr is a wonderful 800 acre estate with parkland walks, a Mill Pond, Bog Wood Boardwalk, Childrens Play Area, Newton House with Tea rooms and courtyard shopping area and a Medieval Castle which is managed by Cadw. The estate and Newton hosue are...more
All reviews national trust deer park newton house car park the main house well worth a visit white cattle lovely walk light lunch hidden house tour guided tour pond dipping ruined castle castle ruins tea room billiard room stunning views
Family of 4 spent an afternoon here. Lots of place to explore and let if steam! Beautiful ruins with amazing views. Typical example of a lovely national trust estate, well kept, well signposted and well worth a visit.
Dinefwr is a good location for a longer visit. The short hike up to the castle is easy and the castle provides a good location to explore and excellent views into the Towi river valley. The deer park is a good walk with a superb...More
The main criticisms of Dinefwr seem to relate to the entrance and car parking fee. How else do the NT maintain these properties? If I could make a suggestion - joining the NT allows free entry to this and many more properties and no parking...More
We walked around the beautiful gardens and had a behind the scenes tour. The guide was wonderful. She really loved the job, it was so obvious she cared, kept using I and we to describe the work they were doing or hoped to do. The...More
It was the day or so after our wedding, we just wanted to get out and about, what a lovely day we had exploring National trust properties and CADW around west Wales. it was so memorable and will remember the castle and grounds forever we...More
Well worth visiting. Every member of staff that came across exceptionally pleasant and helpful. Couldn't go into the house as had dog with me. Would be nice if there was a section of the cafe that dogs could go into. Very nice member of staff...More
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A few of the paths would be fine for a pram, for instance the Bog Boardwalk (which is down a somewhat steep but paved lane behind Newton House). The track from the house/parking to the castle would support a rugged pram... More
A few of the paths would be fine for a pram, for instance the Bog Boardwalk (which is down a somewhat steep but paved lane behind Newton House). The track from the house/parking to the castle would support a rugged pram, but it would be a bit of a slog. Other paths in the park, for instance through Castle Woods or around the Capability Brown walk via the Rookery--no.