Llwyn Helyg is situated in South Wales at the heart of the Tywi Valley, less than a half hour drive west of Swansea and midway between the bustling Market and County Town of Carmarthen and Llandeilo - a beautiful characterful small town with its mixture of individual Boutiques, Art Gallery, Antique shops and Food delicatessens. We are just a short 5 minute drive from the A48 Dual Carriageway (Cross Hands to Carmarthen) and only a few miles from the ‘National Botanic Gardens of Wales’.

Llanarthne provides the ideal base from which to explore Carmarthenshire and the surrounding area. The area is rich in ancient and historic monuments each playing an important part in the heritage of Wales. If you would like to explore further afield, within less than an hour drive you have access to the stunning coastline and beaches of The Gower Peninsula, the Pembrokeshire coast, St David's, Brecon Beacons and many other beautiful areas.

national botanical garden of wales

National Botanic Garden Of Wales. Just a few minutes drive from Llwyn Helyg is The National Botanic Garden Of Wales, the first national botanic garden to be created in the United Kingdom for over 200 years. The glasshouse is the largest single spanned glasshouse in the world. You may have seen tantalising glimpses of the Great Glasshouse as you approached Llwyn Helyg!

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aberglasney

Aberglasney House and Gardens. Aberglasney House and Gardens is a medieval house and gardens set in the Tywi valley. It's spectacular setting in the Tywi Valley sets it apart as one of the most remarkable gardens in Great Britain.

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paxtons tower

Paxton's Tower. One of the most spectacular vistas in Carmarthenshire can be found from Paxton's Tower. From the top of the folly you are rewarded with views of the surrounding countryside.

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dinefwr

Dinefwr Park and Castle. A magical land of power and influence for more than 2,000 years, Dinefwr Park and Castle is an iconic place in the history of Wales. Two forts are evidence of a dominant Roman presence.

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carreg cennen

Carreg Cennen Castle. There are few castles in Wales - or Europe for that matter - which can boast a more spectacular and breathtaking location than Carreg Cennen.  Standing defiant upon a sheer 100mtr cliff-face, its ruins crown a precipitous crag in a remote corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park. 

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dryslwyn castle

Dryslwyn Castle. Perched high on a hilltop above the River Tywi between Carmarthen and Llandeilo stands the castle of Dryslwyn, less than 5 minutes from Llwyn Helyg, it's origins dating back to the 13th century and once occupied by the princes of Deheubarth.

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