Larkhill Tipis and Yurts is based in Carmarthenshire, West Wales, twelve miles north of the town of Carmarthen and an hour and a half drive from Cardiff along the M4.

 

Directions / How to find Us

Warning! Sat Nav does not always take you to our door!

From the M4 and Carmarthen

When entering Carmarthen on the A48 (continuation of M4) follow the H signs for the Hospital. After the Hospital (on your left) take the next right (second exit on the mini roundabout) on to the A484 north for Cardigan. After the village of Cwmduad take the next left (signposted National Woollen Mueseum). Carry on for just over mile and look out for a Larkhill sign on your right. Turn here and take the first fork to the left.

From the North and Aberystwyth

From Aberystwyth take the A487 south to Synod Inn. At Synod Inn take a left onto the A486 toward Llandysul. After 9 miles take the second exit at the roundabout staying on the A486. At the bottom of the hill at the next roundabout take the second exit, again staying on the A486. After two miles at the T junction take a left onto the A484. After the village of Rhos take the next right (signposted National Woollen Mueseum). Carry on for just over a mile and look out for Larkhill sign on your right. Turn here and take the first fork to the left.

 

Public Transport

Really feel your doing your bit for the environment by using public transport to get to us. We can collect you from either the train station or bus station in Carmarthen free of charge, or from the local bus stop (just over a mile from the campsite). If we collect you from Carmarthen we will stop at shops en route for you to get any food you need, or alternatively take you to local shops once you have arrived.

 

To get to us by train

The nearest trainstation to us is Carmarthen station. If you would like we can collect you from here or you could get a the 460/461 bus from directly outside the station.


To get to us by bus:
From Carmarthen take the 460/461 heading to Cardigan. Get off the bus the stop after Cwmduad (Ty Coch - pronounced Tee Koch!) which is at the first road junction on the left after Cwmduad – signposted to the National Woollen Museum. It is then a walk of just over a mile along this road and you will see on your right hand side a sign with the name Larkhill on it.  Turn right here and follow the track down until you come to the wind generators. Turn left here.

 
There is also a scheme brought in by the local council called Bwcabus (Book a Bus) which enables customers to 'book' a bus to collect you from the top of our track and take you to the nearest bus stop in order to travel further afield.  Its possible to book this service by logging on to http://www.traveline-cymru.info/bwcabus/

    

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