Cwmdu is a great place to visit. The glorious Carmarthenshire countryside is largely undiscovered by tourists so queues are rare and viewpoints uncrowded. For your sat. nav. our postcode is SA19 7DY. There are several places to stay locally with many footpaths, quiet lanes and tracks in and around the village, with footpaths winding round the valley. For details of some of the places to stay locally; self catering, glamping, B & B, or camping visit our Local Accommodation page. For days out try the National Trust properties at Dinefwr and Dolaucothi, Aberglasney and the National Botanic Garden of Wales, and miles of great mountain biking trails in  Brechfa Forest. If you want to leave the car in the car park, try the bus service into Llandeilo or Carmarthen to browse the great selection of shops there. There are stations on the  Heart of Wales line in Llandeilo, Llangadog and Llandovery so you can go down to Swansea or up to Shrewsbury, taking in the great views.  
  1. Gerlinde Obermair says:

    Gesendet: Freitag, 14. Dezember 2018 um 23:39 Uhr
    Von: “gerlinde obermair”
    An: “gerlinde obermair”
    Betreff: our visit in cwmdu
    Dear all of you!
    We are thinking of you very often and our very nice stay in Cwmdu. For us it´s the heart of wales 🙂 – really, it was such a special stay for us in your village and especially at your pub.
    We hope, that we can come back again in some time – and if somebody of you comes to salzburg or austria – everybody of you is very welcome anytime – just let us know!
    We wish you merry christmas and a happy new year – best regards to everybody – big hugs from all of us –

    Cheers Linda, Peter, Matthias, Linda, Fritz, Michi, Alex

  2. Michelle Smith says:

    We are thinking of booking a cottage for a week in July with 2 dogs, the Cwmdu inn is in walking distance… my question, is the pub dog friendly? Thanks!

    • mark says:

      Yes – with a but…..if food is being served in the public bar on a Saturday night (and this is only when it’s really busy) we ask that dogs are not brought into the bar then as it’s so small.

    • mark says:

      There are several good walking routes from Cwmdu ranging from a gentle 1 mile walk around the village to 5-6 miles walks in the surrounding hills and beyond. There are several well signposted footpaths around the village and the valley and details of some of the walks can be had from the shop.

  3. Carolyn Frusciante says:

    Are there busses leaving from Cwmdu regularly for different places? We are 3 visitors coming without a car. Also where is the closest train station? We are flying in from Cardif or Bristol in June.

    • mark says:

      Trains – Llandeilo is the nearest train station – 6 miles away. Get the train from Cardiff to Swansea then change to the Heart of Wales line for trains to Llandeilo – 3/4 a day.

      Buses –

      Wednesday – Cwmdu to Carmarthen (via Llandeilo) and back – once a day.

      Friday – Cwmdu to Ammanford, via Llandeilo and back again – once a day

      Saturday – Cwmdu to Carmarthen (via Llandeilo) and back again – once a day

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