Carreg Cennen Castle and Farm is open 364 days a year. As Wales’ most dramatically situated castle perched on top of a limestone crag, it offers visitors the chance to appreciate some truly spectacular panoramic views. You can lose yourself for an hour or so whilst you peer through every arrow hole and travel back 700 years in your imagination. A collection of native rare breeds of cattle and sheep can be seen on the fields surrounding the castle on the working hill farm. The whole site is privately owned and run by the Llewellyn family, who have farmed there since the 1700s. Margaret Llewellyn is in charge of the extensive selection of homemade food which is served daily in the tea rooms on the farm yard which double up as a ceremony venue for weddings and parties. This building is worth a visit in itself - cleverly designed to capture 'snapshots' of the scenery through its many windows, it is wonderfully rustic in atmosphere with its large oak beams and Welsh slate.
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