Nant-y-Ffin Village, Carmarthenshire, Wales. Open daily. Free entry.
There is no car parking in the hamlet and no pavements. On-street parking could be tricky due to the size of the road.
Nant-y-Ffin is a tiny hamlet on the B4310 where the Nant-y-Ffin tributary joins the River Cothi. The settlement largely comprises of a small number of traditional houses and a converted mill. The village is the base of the Raven Trail (or black route) of the Brechfa mountain bike trails.
Nant-y-Ffin, Carmarthenshire, SA32 7DU
Nant-y-Ffin is 9 miles north of Nantgaredig on the B4310 and 5 miles west of Llansawel.
For more travel information go to https://www.traveline.info/ or call 0871 200 22 33.
There are no amenities on site, but you can find plenty of places for food and drink in nearby Carmarthen.