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Where We Are and How To Get There

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Coed Panteg, Ferryside. SA17 5YB

 

Coed Panteg is in Carmarthenshire, South West Wales. It is about 8 miles from Carmarthen, and 30 miles from Swansea.

 

Coed Panteg is situated off the A484 between Carmarthen and Kidwelly, on the road from Llandyfaelog to Ferryside.

 

 

This map comes from: www.streetmap.co.uk

 

~Getting There~

 

By Train:

There are regular trains to Ferryside, on the Swansea to Carmarthen line. The times change regularly (to meet the ferries at Pembroke and Fishguard) so it is best to check times before traveling. www.nationalrail.co.uk has a useful journey planner and up to date train times. It is about one and a half miles from the station to Coed Panteg, and is a pleasant walk. If you don’t fancy the walk, there is a bus that goes from Ferryside past the entrance to our land (see “By Bus” below) or contact us and we'll try and arrange a lift.

 

From Ferryside Station turn left onto the road, and follow this road through the village and over a hump back bridge. Continue following the road as it bears to the right, and on up the hill for about a mile. The entrance to Coed Panteg is on your left, about 200-300 yards past Iscoed Cottage.

 

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By Bus:

The 198 bus goes between Carmarthen and Llanelli via Ferryside, and goes right past the entrance of Coed Panteg. They go about every 2 hours Monday to Saturday. There is no longer a service on Sunday.

The X11 bus goes between Swansea and Carmarthen via Llanelli and Kidwelly, and goes along the A484. There is a bus stop at the end of the Ferryside road, which it is about one and a half miles from Coed Panteg. Buses are about every half an hour in each direction throughout the day until around 5.30pm.

 

Up to date timetables for both these services are available on the Carmarthenshire County Council website or by clicking here:

198 timetable

X11 timetable

 

You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader or other .pdf viewer to view these, you can download Acrobat Reader here

 

 

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By Road:

We have a small parking area at the land, but it really only has space for 3 or 4 cars. We want to encourage more sustainable transport and minimise car use. However if it is the only viable way for you to get there, or if you’re bringing lots of stuff, please let us know in advance so we can make sure there’s space. We would be grateful if you can offer lifts to other people too, and advance notice would give us an opportunity to organise this where possible.

 

Lifts are sometimes available from Bristol, especially for Work Weeks. Contact us for more details.

We can also arrange local transport, from nearby locations or from train stations etc. Contact Martin for more details.

 

From Carmarthen take the A484, following signs towards Llanelli and Kidwelly. Go through Upland Arms, past Star Forge garage and petrol station, over the hill and down the other side. There is a staggered crossroads towards the bottom, turn right here towards Ferryside. Continue along this road, round a sharp left bend then down and up a valley. After about a mile, there is a crossroads. About 400 yards after this crossroads the track to Coed Panteg is on your right. It has hand-made wooden gates at the entrance. If you reach the track to Iscoed Cottage on your right then you’ve gone too far!

 

From Llanelli take the A484 towards Carmarthen and Kidwelly. Go past Kidwelly, after about 3 or 4 miles you will come to a staggered crossroads as you begin to go up a hill. Turn left here towards Ferryside. Continue along this road, round a sharp left bend then down and up a valley. After about a mile, there is a crossroads. About 400 yards after this crossroads the track to Coed Panteg is on your right. It has hand-made wooden gates at the entrance. If you reach the track to Iscoed Cottage on your right then you’ve gone too far!

 

 

 

This map comes from: www.streetmap.co.uk

 

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