Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, Wales

Carreg Cennen

Carreg Cennen Castle

The castle has an underground passage that leads to a cave, where there is a wishing well. You should leave pins when you make a wish.


NB We do not advise drinking from any of these sources.


For further information, please read Haunted Britain by Antony D. Hippisley Coxe.

Derwydd Mansion

The ghost of a lady named Gwen Vaughan reputedly haunts this mansion, which is privately owned. She is reportedly seen in the John ap Rhys Room and is only said to show herself to unmarried men!


For further information, please read Haunted Wales: A Guide to Welsh Ghostlore by Richard Holland.

Newton House

Newton House is a Grade II* listed country house situated just to the west of the market town of Llandeilo in Carmarthenshire, Wales. It is owned and maintained by the National Trust and lies within Dinefwr Park. It is sometimes referred to as Dinefwr. The original house was built during Medieval times. The current house was constructed by Edward Rice in 1660, with further extensive changes made in the 1850's in the Venetian Gothic style.


The house is reputed to be haunted and there are a number of different kinds of experiences reported there. These include a witness claiming to have his throat squeezed by invisible hands; the sounds of muffled male voices; lights switch on and off; the smell of cigar or pipe smoke; and cold spots.


Pictured left is Newton House viewed from the west courtesy of David Smith.




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For further information, please read Ghosts: Mysterious Tales from the National Trust by Sian Evans.


Visitor Information

Llandeilo is a town in Carmarthenshire, Wales, situated at the crossing of the River Towy by the A483 on a 19th-century stone bridge.

Llandeilo is named after one of the better-known Celtic saints of the 6th century, Saint Teilo.

Pictured is Carreg Cennen courtesy of Hywel Williams. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.