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Each year there are guided tours of the ecovillage every Saturday throughout the summer from the beginning of April  through to the end of September.

The tours begin at 11 am each Saturday and last for approximately 2 hours. You do not need to book in advance for these tours.

During the tour you will visit one of the eco-smallholding plots in detail and the Community Hub. You will have an opportunity to ask resident(s) questions about the project.

We do ask for a contribution of £5 per adult (children under 16 are free) to cover our costs in running the tours.

There is a shop open on Saturdays (April to September) 10.30am – 3.30pm in the Community Hub selling resident’s wares – please bring cash or cheques if you think you may want to buy some hand-crafted products, some reading literature or even a healthy snack.

Pic by Cassandra Lishman

Pic by Cassandra Lishman

For those who come regularly or are familiar with the project please click here to see a timetable of tour guides and plots for 2016

Please bring sturdy footwear because there are areas of rough terrain. Dogs are welcome, though must be kept on a lead. Visitors with small children – please be advised that there is a millpond at the project around which children will require particular supervision.

Please do not visit without prior arrangement.

Unfortunately we do not have the resources to accomodate casual visitors- the Lammas residents are all very busy building their smallholdings at the moment. Thankyou

 Special Tours

Lammas is able to provide tailor made tours and experiences for visiting groups/ organisations. Please contact us for more details.




From South Pembrokeshire (A40). Take the A478 North from Narberth towards Cardigan. About 4 miles after Glandy-Cross turn right (signposted) to Glandwr. At the village crossroads turn left. Approximately 400 yards after the bridge, the Lammas entrance is on the left.

From North Pembrokeshire (Cardigan), take the A478 South towards Tenby. About 2 miles after Crymych, turn left (signposted) to Glandwr. At the village crossroads turn left. Approximately 400 yards after the bridge, the Lammas entrance is on the left.


Public Transport:

Unfortunately there are not good public transport links to the ecovillage yet.

There is a bus service (no 223) that runs Glandwr to/from Carmarthen on Wednesday afternoons.

There are buses (no 430) 4 times daily running from Narberth to/from Cardigan along the A478. The closest bus stop is Pentre Galar – about a mile walk from us.

The closest train station is Clunderwen – about 20 minutes drive away from us. There’s a regular train service from Swansea.

The closest taxi service is Home James (01239 611003)


Any accomodation within the ecovillage is generally reserved for volunteers, however there is accomodation available for visitors in the farmhouse next door (click here for link) , or nearby in the village of Glandwr – a short walk from the ecovillage:

    Danderi House Glandwr Danderi flat living room- kitchen Danderi double bedroom with river views

Small flat to rent  with for £59  per night. Its very convenient for visitors to Lammas – being 10 minutes walk from the ecovillage.

The cosy flat can house 3 people (double bed upstairs and double futon downstairs) and comes with a wood burner /cooker / fridge  and basic range of spices and herbs and oil for cooking /cooking utensils etc. 

Bookings either by email:  or through Airbnb at’ Danderi Retreat’, Pembrokeshire.