In Llansadwrn is the ancient farmstead of Aberdeunant it is owned by the National Trust and looked after by the agricultural tenant.

A traditional Carmarthenshire farmhouse in an unspoilt setting and providing a rare insight into an aspect of agricultural life that has all but disappeared.

This property is only available to visit on appointment.



Dylan Thomas’s Boathouse and Laugharne Castle

Dylan Thomas's Boathouse Laugharne

The pretty town of Laugharne is on the stunning estuary which inspired Dylan Thomas to write so many of his famous works.

The town is steeped in history with its 12th century castle and connection with the Dylan Thomas legacy. There is also some lovely walking to be done in the area and the town has some lovely shops, restaurants and bars.

Llandeilo Town

Llandeilo town from the bridge
The pretty town of Llandeilo is a 15 minute drive from Llansadwrn, or a short bus ride.

Full of independent shops, cafes, a Gin Haus, a chocolatier, beautiful buildings, a castle, stunning woods and parkland, this is a real treat for visitors.

There are a number of beautiful walks around Llandeilo, from the bridge you can walk up through the woods to the Wildlife Trusts Dinefwr Castle, or stroll around the National Trust estate enjoying the ancient parkland.

There is an annual jazz festival, regular live music at the Angel, a fantastic fireworks display and much more in this very bustly market town.

Aberglasney Gardens


Aberglasney house and gardens

Aberglasney House and gardens

Aberglasney as seen on the BBC television series “A Garden Lost in Time” . It is now a plantsman’s paradise with a unique Elizabethan cloister garden at its heart, there is over 10 acres of magnificent gardens which along with the fully restored ground floor of Aberglasney’s grade II* listed mansion.


Stephen MARSDEN / Aberglasney House Carmarthenshire / CC BY-SA 2.0