Local Information

Our B&B is situated in Llandissilio, Clynderwen, just over 4 miles North of the beautiful town of Narberth. Travel west some 15 miles and you will find yourself in Haverfordwest. Travel East 22 miles and you will be in the historic market town of Carmarthen. Go north west 17 miles and you will reach Cardigan. Fishguard and the ferry terminal to Rosslare, Ireland is approximately 20 miles away.


Visit Pembrokeshire
Known across the world for its legendary coastal scenery, protected by Britain’s only coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire is the perfect holiday destination: golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming with wildlife that are just as beautiful in winter as they are in summer.


Visit carmarthenshire
Known as 'The Garden of Wales' has some of the most spectacular and diverse landscapes in South West Wales. There are plenty of things to keep you busy in Carmarthenshire - with hundreds of places across the county's beautiful and varied landscape waiting to be discovered - including visitor attractions, events, historical sites, activity centres, pubs, restaurants, shops and galleries.


Visit Cardigan
Kayaking, boat trips, walking, shopping, eating, there is plenty to do and see in Cardiganshire. Chill out and enjoy the breath taking scenery and unique coastline, but don’t miss the opportunity to visit the wide range of attractions. Take a boat trip out to see the dolphins in Cardigan Bay, visit the heritage sites, potter around galleries and craft shops or try your hand at a wide range of sea and land based activities.

Unmissable Moments

A stay in Llandissilio comes with a few opportunities which we at Three Wells class as unmissable moments! They are the experiences which, should time allow, you must try to enjoy. They’re all free or very low cost, memorable and will all get you talking to the Pembrokeshire locals, benefiting from their inherent good humour, helpfulness and interest. What’s more, they’re all a short walk or car ride from Three Wells. Enjoy!

Fresh Cockles from Carmarthen Market

The cockle may be one of the world’s most humble shellfish but it’s also one of Wales’ tastiest natural wonders. Take a short car journey from Three Wells to Carmarthen Market and eat them fresh with vinegar and pepper as you wander around this historic large town. Local cockles are mainly gathered near Llanelli but Laugharne also has a fine heritage in producing and selling the tiny treasures. Avoid Carmarthen Market on Sundays – it’s shut!

Dylan’s Walk

This stroll of about two miles starts from the Castle car park in Laugharne, adjoining The Grist; there’s rich flora and fauna along the route. From The Grist head along the foreshore towards the Boat House then up Cliffside and towards a former ferry crossing point. Still following the coast path, head for Delacorse Farm before joining a lane which leads towards St Martin’s Church. Dylan Thomas is buried in the graveyard. Take the footpath above the graveyard back to the centre of Laugharne and back down to The Grist.
Recommended guide: Ordnance Survey Map 177: Carmarthen & Kidwelly.

Carew Castle

A large and foreboding castle just off the A477 still owned by the Carew family. This 13th century castle stands upon a lime stone bluff offering exceptional views of the Milford Haven estuary. The castle has its origins in the Iron Age. A classical stronghold, incorporating sever periods of history including Norman, Tudor and Elizabethan architecture. The castle is open from March to October and costs a modest entry amount. This is a must for any history buffs or romantics.

Enjoy the clear night sky from the paddock with a glass of wine or a hot chocolate

We have so little light pollution around our property that on a clear night the sky is illuminated by thousands of stars. From a light polluted town or city it’s possible to see perhaps 200 stars. However in a rural area such as ours, it is possible to see as many as two or three thousand stars without a visual aid. We do not have a telescope but we do have some comfortable camping chairs in which you can relax with a drink and gaze at the cosmos.

Walk the Pembrokeshire Coastline

The Wales Coastal Path incorporates nearly every harbor and beach in Pembrokeshire and the UK’s smallest city, St David’s. It takes you through a multitude of local Welsh communities, including fishing villages, industrial centres and bustling towns. Whatever the weather, the Coastal Path offers you breathtaking views both inland and to sea and provides an awe inspiring experience for all walkers old and young. It is a 186 miles long however so we do not recommend you attempt this in one day. 

Enjoy a pint at The Angel Inn

Take a right out of our property and a left at the end of the road and walk the hundred yard stretch to the beautiful, stone pub called The Angel Inn. Ann, the publican will serve you a refreshing drink and local ales and will be happy to advise you on where to go to make the most of your stay at Three Wells.

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