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Llanarthney Tourist Information
Llanarthney is a small village which lies in the heart of the gorgeous Towy (Tywi) Valley, it is positioned eight and a half miles to the East of the county town of Carmarthen, and seven miles to the South West of the bustling market town of Llandeilo.

The village has a cafe and a pub which serves delicious food.

Near to Llanarthney lies the beautiful National Botanic Garden of Wales, which has the largest single-span glasshouse in the world. The site has many varying garden areas, water features and tropical plant displays which are a joy to behold throughout the changing seasons. The National Botanic Garden of Wales boasts the largest collection of Mediterranean plants in the Northern Hemisphere, all housed in their spectacular one-off dome-shaped glasshouse.

Paxton's Tower is also close to the village of Llanarthney. Situated on a hilltop, Paxton's Tower is a Grade II* listed folly (or monument) that was built and dedicated to Admiral Lord Nelson who died at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The tower, which was built by Sir William Paxton is clearly visible for miles around, and its hilltop position offers visitors outstanding views across the Towy Valley.

About a ten-minute drive West from the village lies Aberglasney Gardens, it lays claim to being one of the finest gardens in Wales. It's not huge in comparison to the National Botanic Garden of Wales, but its ten acres of magnificent gardens provide a vast range of diverse plants, shrubs, and sub-tropical and exotic plants.

On the other side of the River Towy and two miles from Llanarthney are the ruins of Dryslwyn Castle, now in the hands of Cadw, visitors are allowed free entry to wander around and learn a little about the castle's history. The Castle's elevated position also provides its visitors with excellent views of the surrounding Towy Valley.

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