Visiting the Site
The site is open all day, 7 days a week. Of course we will sometimes have funerals in process, so will be closed to the general public on those days. At any time people may be visiting the graves of their loved ones, and this should be respected.
There are grass footpaths that are kept cut and clear but please note that as this is a nature reserve the ground can be uneven in places so wheelchair access is very limited. If it is very wet the ground can be soft and muddy in some places. There are benches situated around the site.
Dogs are welcome on leads but please ensure you clear up after them. If you would like us to show you around the site and answer any questions you have then please telephone to make an appointment.
The site is quite a way from any local town but is within walking distance of the local bus route (the 460 Cardigan-Carmarthen). To try and keep emissions down, we would suggest people use public transport or lift share as much as possible when visiting the site. The site itself only has car parking space for a maximum of 20 cars.
By Car: We are situated just off the A484 by the small vilage of Saron halfway between Carmarthen and Cardigan. For a map click here.
By Foot: We are 30 minute walk from the town of Dre-fach Felindre and 20 minutes from Saron along quiet country lanes.
By Bus: The 460 Carmarthen – Cardigan Via Newcastle Emlyn stops every hour between 8am and 6pm at the Llwyndafydd Inn bus stop in Saron, from which it is then a 20 minute walk along quiet country lanes to the site.