Carreg Cennen Castle & Farm

We are Open daily from 9.30am- 5pm
We are open indoors and serving our full menu (main meals until 3.30)

Masks must be worn indoors unless seated at a table. Please do not meet indoors with people from outside your extended household.
Test and trace details will be required on entry.

The Castle is open daily from 9.30am until 5pm daily you can purchase a ticket and explore all the areas of the monument where social distancing rules can be followed (the cave and the 'lords chamber' viewing platform will remain closed for now.)

We're doing a number of things to help keep you safe whilst you visit, including providing hand sanitising facilities. The number of people allowed into the Craft Shop and Tearooms will be limited and we've added an acrylic screen to our serving counter. There will be signage across the site to help visitors and staff respect social distancing.
Test and trace in operation.

The footpaths are all reopen around the Castle but these are narrow in parts so please give way to other walkers where necessary.

Finally, we ask that all visitors respect our local community, staff, and each other, and only travel to the area if you are well.

An imposing roadway approach as Carreg Cennen Castle dominates
the Cennen Valley over which it keeps a watch.
Free of charge car parking awaits and then a meander through a Traditional working farmyard.
Had a log drive - Pop into the Barn for a coffee and
homemade cake before you explore the battlements.
Build up an appetite with a good walk and plenty of fresh air before enjoying or a
light lunch or afternoon tea
Entry charges only apply for the Castle grounds.
The Farm yard, Tea rooms and gift shop are all free of entry charges.
Dogs are welcome but only to outdoor areas (not in the tea room or craft shop)

Opening Times

The Castle & Tea rooms are open every day from 9.30am.
November to March: 9.30am - 4.30pm
April to October: 9.30 am -6.00pm
last admission to castle 45 minutes before close.
OPEN 364 days a year - only closed Christmas day.