Treasure Hunt Trail
Warning: Our Trails are highly addictive (even for parents)!
Are you ready to explore Llandeilo?
Are you looking for something to do with family and friends or seeking a fun day out with the kids...
- A Treasure Hunt themed walking Treasure Trail around Llandeilo
- Ideal for discovering more about where you live or exploring somewhere new
- Trails are done in your own time at your own pace
- This Trail is approximately 1.5 miles long and takes 2 hours to complete
- This Trail is suitable for all ages from 6 - 106 (no children necessary!)
- One Trail booklet is enough for 4-5 people
- Chance to win some real Treasure! All correct answers are entered into the monthly £100 prize draw
- Circular loop Trail
- Mobile phone text service for clue answers if you get stuck, ensuring that no mystery goes unsolved
- This Trail can be sent to you in the post or downloaded today for instant Trailing fun!
The Llandeilo Treasure Trail starts at:
Ceredigion And Carmarthenshire
We have three super duper themed Clubs for your child to enjoy as part of their Treasure Trail experience.
Perfect for 4-8 year olds, the concept behind the Clubs is that your child will get a bundle of goodies to excite them about their forthcoming Trail experience, something to keep them entertained whilst travelling to and from the Trail, and something to be given on completion of the Trail as a keepsake.
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Situated at the heart of the Towy valley and on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, Llandeilo used to be the market town of Carmarthenshire and a very prosperous town. Today it relies mostly on tourism and holiday makers for its income; it is a lovely place and well worth a visit. Llandeilo embraces the fact that it is slightly old fashioned and survives without the modern shopping mall. Indeed, most of the shops are independent, run by their owners who are proud of the individual service they give.
King George IV visited the town during his reign and to commemorate the occasion, a number of streets are named after him. As ever in Wales, there are a number of hills to climb and the road up from the river was diverted through the town's churchyard to make the gradient easier.
To the west of the town is the National Trust property of Dinefwr Park and more local, Penlan Park - formerly part of the Dinefwr Park estate but given by Lord Dynevor to the townsfolk in 1908.