The story of Carreg Cennen Castle is a long one, going back at least to the 13th century. There is archaeological evidence, however, that the Romans and prehistoric peoples occupied the craggy hilltop centuries earlier (a cache of Roman coins and four prehistoric skeletons have been unearthed at the site). Although the Welsh Princes of Deheubarth built the first castle at Carreg Cennen, what remains today dates to King Edward I’s momentous period of castle-building in Wales.
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.
Don’t forget you’ll need a Torch light to Visit the Natural Prehistoric cave dwelling that runs beneath Carreg Cennen Castle
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