About Carmarthenshire and Local Accommodation

Where to stay

If camping at Beyond the Border isn’t for you, then there’s quite a few local hotels, Inns, B&B’s, Campsites and rentals that will give you a Welsh welcome.

Here’s a few websites we recommend you exploring:

Visit Carmarthenshire

Discover Carmarthenshire

Visit Wales

Plus there are local independent places near Dinefwr on Air BnB, and


About our hometown and Carmarthenshire

We are less than 1 mile from the stunning town of Llandeilo, the gem of Carmarthenshire.

Llandeilo was nominated by The Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in Wales.

Sat atop of a hill overlooking the River Tywi, this town is a fantastic mix of local produce with country chic. It’s a great place to explore its narrow streets, boutique shops, restaurants and cafes.

We are located in Castle country! Wales has more castles per square mile than any other country in the world and this corner of Carmarthenshire has more than its fair share.

Even with Dinefwr Castle overlooking the festival field, just 5 miles south-east of Llandeilo, you’ll encounter the imposing ruins of Carreg Cennen Castle.

Dinefwr is also really close to some of the finest gardens in Wales. The National Botanic Garden of Wales is a 560-acre complex that opened in 2000, with a range of themed gardens and the world’s largest single-span glasshouse among its attractions.

Just down the road near Golden Grove is Aberglasney Gardens. Its formal walled gardens date from Elizabethan times with a unique cloister garden at its heart.

Want to get some personal tips from locals on where to explore? Discover Carmarthenshire has some great tips for keen explorers who want to step away from the festival for a few hours or make the most of their stay here in Carmarthenshire.

We also asked local storyteller, Ceri Phillips to share some tips on Llandeilo and the area too.

Article on Llandeilo from Beyond the Border Programme 2021

Rhaglen 2021 Cymraeg


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