Tours begin at 11am at the Community Hub, last between 90 minutes and 2 hours
Here at the Lammas Eco-village, we have run tours for 9 years. Education and inspiration are part of what we aim to provide during these tours.
When we started, we showed people the entire site. That was easy then, as there was little to see! It was over grazed sheep pasture, back in 2009.
Now, most smallholdings here include several hand made eco buildings, as well as beautiful productive gardens. Therefore, tours are now more personal, offering an in depth walk around one eco-smallholding, with plenty of question answering, as well as looking at the Community Hub and the common areas.
What many people choose to do is come on a tour at each smallholding, on different days, as this gives an in depth view of the variety of approaches used. As with anyone, each smallholder has a different way of working, a different way of earning their livelihood and very different buildings. We suggest you have a look at the description before you choose which tour to attend.
Tours are by donation – you can choose how much to give in return for the tour – and if people ask for a guide, we would suggest £6 per adult.
Click on plot name for more details
|May 16th||Maes Melangell||Tao and Hoppi|
|May 23rd||Gelli y Gafel||Joe and Caz|
|May 30th||Hafan y Coed||Keith|
|June 6th||Maes Melangell||Tao and Hoppi|
|June 13th||Gelli y Gafel||Joe and Caz|
|June 20th||Hafan y Coed||Keith|
|June 27th||Plas Helyg||Cassie and Nigel|
|July 4th||Gelli y Gafel||Joe and Caz|
|July 11th||Hafan y Coed||Keith|
|July 18th||Maes Melangell||Tao and Hoppi|
|July 25th||Plas Helyg||Cassie and Nigel|
|August 1st||Hafan y Coed||Keith|
|August 8th||Maes Melangell||Tao and Hoppi|
|August 15th||Gelli y Gafel||Joe and Caz|
|August 22nd||Plas Helyg||Cassie and Nigel|
|August 29th||Maes Melangell||Tao and Hopi|
|September 5th||Hafan y Coed||Keith|
|September 12th||Maes Melangell||Tao and Hoppi|
|September 19th||Gelli y Gafel||Caz|
If you want to visit and are not able to attend our guided tours we can offer private tours (for individuals or groups), please contact us for more details.
We aren’t able to accommodate random visitors.
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.
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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)
There is also accomodation available for visitors in the village of Glandwr – a short walk from the ecovillage:
Small flat to rent from £45 per night (plus fees). 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 through Airbnb at’ Danderi Retreat’, Old Taylors, Glandwr, Pembrokeshire.