Henllan Prison Of War Camp. Open by prior appointment. Free entry.

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Parking is limited at the camp. There are no public toilets on site – the nearest toilets are at the local pub, which is less than a mile away. Guide dogs are welcome.


There are no pubs in Henllan itself – the nearest one is The Daffodil Inn which is less than a mile away. There is a handful of places to eat, drink and stay nearby.

Brief Description:

The Henllan Bridge Farm Prisoner of War Camp in Henllan was built between 1940 and 1941 to house prisoners of war. The camp was of a standard design and consisted of around 35 huts to house the prisoners, a theatre, kitchen, hospital, bathing facilities and other huts and areas with various purposes. Now being used as an industrial unit.


Henllan POW Camp, Henllan, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire, SA44 5TE.


Available via website.


01267 231557.



Opening Hours:

Open by prior appointment.


Henllan is approx. 20 miles North of Carmarthen via the A484 and the B4333. OS SN 356 402.


There is a regular bus service around Carmarthen and Llandysul.

For more travel information go to https://www.traveline.info/ or call 0871 200 22 33.

Travel Information

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