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Carreg Cennen Castle
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Carreg Cennen Castle

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Carreg Cennen Castle

Carreg Cennen Castle is one of the few remaining privately owned castles in Wales.

Address and Contact Details for Carreg Cennen Castle

Address
Carreg Cennen Castle
Trapp
Llandeilo
Carmarthenshire SA19 6UA

Phone
+44 (0) 1558 822291

Email Address
carregcennencastle@btinternet.com

Website
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