This spectacular ruined castle is perched on a high limestone crag 330 feet/100 metres above the river Cennen in the western area of the national park.
The path from the car park, which runs past the shop and café, is a mix of flagstones, uneven stone-dust and tarmac with mixed gradients leading up to the base of the castle. The castle ruins can be accessed up a reasonably steep, grassy slope. For those unable to reach the castle itself there is a stone-dust, 1:12 path close to the car park entrance, which leads to a small picnic area by the meadow with fine views of the castle. There are several picnic benches next to the car park. Please phone for opening times and admission charges to the castle.
How to get there: The castle is located and signposted from the village of Trap, Ammanford (6km) and Llandeilo (6km).
Nearest town or village: Trap and Ammanford.
OS Grid Reference: Explorer Map OL12 or Landranger Map 159 - SN 667 193.
Distance: The castle is 400 metres uphill from the car park.
Contact: For more details telephone 01558 822291.
Facilities: There is a shop and cafe/restaurant on site.
Parking: There is a large tarmac surfaced car park close to the castle.
Toilets: Toilets, including a disabled access toilet are located in the car park.