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We welcome contact from all of those wishing to join us in making animals’ lives better, but we do run on a tight budget – funds are always allocated to animals first!  So we don’t have a receptionist!  The best way to contact us is by email on

 

NaturalAnimalCentre@gmail.com.  There is a phone in the lounge of the B&B which acts as our business line, but we are generally outside with the animals most of the day and as it is our staff recreation area after hours, please do not call other than between 9am and 4.30pm.  The telephone number, should email not suffice, is 44 (0)1267 281 114 – please use email where ever possible and do not call this number after business hours as it is not fair our staff.

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Email: NaturalAnimalCentre@gmail.com

Phone: (0)1267 281 114

Troed yr Rhiw
Cwmduad,
Carmarthen,
Wales, UK.
SA33 6XN

 

Getting to the NAC

By car: follow the directions provided on the Google map / your satnav to get to the village of Cwmduad – our driveway is opposite the Afon Duad Pub, next to the chapel … just turn up the single track paved drive and we are the 1st farm on your left as you drop down into the valley.

 

From overseas: We are in Wales so you can catch a train to us from Heathrow or hire a car or catch a bus direct from Heathrow to Carmarthen and then a taxi for the last part.

 

By Air / Train: From Heathrow take the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station – use https://www.heathrowexpress.com to book.  It costs around £35 return and takes about 15 minutes to Paddington Station and they run every 15 minuts.

 

Change to the train to Carmarthen – as long as you travel offpeak (after 10am and before 4pm)  it is about £90 return and they run every hour.  All the train times and costs are on: www.nationalrail.co.uk  where you can book it all in advance – you need a ticket from Heathrow to Carmarthen, Wales.  There are two routes:

 

By the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station (home of the famous bear!) and then change to the train to Carmarthen

Or by bus direct from Heathrow to Reading Station and pick up the same train just further along the route (both go to Carmarthen). And then get a taxi for the last part of your journey from Carmarthen railway station to Troed yr Rhiw (name of our farm) in the village of Cwmduad.

 

By Air / Bus: Or you can get a bus from Heathrow to Carmarthen which is the cheapest (about 6 hours).  It really depends on when your flight lands and the buses leave – see: www.nationalexpress.com – check bus departure times so you don’t have a long wait.  They leave from Terminal 4 so you may need to get the free transfer from the terminal you land at to Terminal 4.  It costs about £80 return.

 

Once in Carmarthen get a taxi from Carmarthen Station to us – address: Troed yr Rhiw (name of our farm), Cwmduad (village – pronounced: Cum Dee Ad), SA33 6ND.  Once in the village of Cwmduad (which is very small), turn up left next the chapel opposite the Afon Duad pub and we are the 1st building in the valley – it’s really gorgeous here we have our own valley with a river running through it.

 

By Car: Or you can hire a car (with a Satnav?) at Heathrow and our postcode is SA33 6XN – it is a simple drive as you get on the M4 motorway (West) as you come out of the Heathrow airport (very well signed) and the M4 just becomes the A4 and brings you directly into Carmarthen in about 4 hours + follow the Satnav directions to us at the above post code – we are a 20 minute drive from Carmarthen.  (Or if it does not have a satnav get directions off Google.)  Once in the village of Cwmduad (which is very small), turn up left next the chapel opposite the Afon Duad pub and we are the 1st building in the valley – it’s really gorgeous here we have our own valley with a river running through it.