Public Guided Tours:
This year we are offering Saturday tours for visitors through the summer. Guided tours begin at 11am at the Community Hub, and will include a detailed look at one of the smallholding plots here, as well as a brief overview of the settlement here. Tours generally last approximately 90 minutes, and do include a fair bit of walking. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion. Tours are offered by residents on a donation basis – and as a suggestion, £7.50 per adult makes the tours viable for us. Any pets must be kept on a lead at all times, and children must be supervised. There is no need to pre-book these guided tours – simply turn up on Saturday morning with good footwear, outdoor clothing and an open mind.
|Date||Plot||Tour hosted by|
|11am Saturday July 3rd||Hafan y Coed||Keith|
|11am Saturday July 10th||Berllan Dawel||Hester|
|11am Saturday July 17th||Gelli y Gafel||Caz|
|11am Saturday July 24th||Maes Melangell||Tao|
|11am Saturday July 31st||Hafan y Coed||Keith|
|11am Saturday August 7th||Berllan Dawel||Hester|
|11am Saturday August 14th||Gelli y Gafel||Caz|
|11am Saturday August 21st||Hafan y Coed||Keith|
|11am Saturday August 28th||Berllan Dawel||Hester|
|11am Saturday Sept 4th||Gelli y Gafel||Caz|
|11am Saturday Sept 11th||Maes Melangell||Tao|
|11am Saturday Sept 18th||Berllan Dawel||Hester|
|11am Saturday Sept 25th||Gelli y Gafel||Caz|
Note that this schedule may need to change in response to Welsh Government coronavirus guidelines. We will keep this page updated.
Any visits to Lammas at other times need to be arranged in advance.
One-off Private Tours:
In addition to the Saturday public tours, a number of plots are happy to offer private tours by arrangement. Here are the links to those plots offering private tours.
- Hafan y Coed –Keith’s plot, specialising in plants and growing furniture
- Gelli y Gafel – Joe and Caz’ plot, specialising in woodcraft and wine
- Berllan Dawel – Hester and Ian’s plot – use the contact form to get in touch
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)
Any accomodation within the ecovillage is generally reserved for volunteers, however there is accommodation available for visitors in the village of Glandwr – a short walk from the ecovillage:
Small flat to rent through Airbnb. 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.