Find us at: Llys-y-frân Lake, Clarbeston Road, Pembrokeshire, SA63 4RR.
We are situated in the rolling, pastoral landscape of the central-northern part of Pembrokeshire, west Wales near the foot of the Preseli Hills.
We are approximately 11 miles north east of the County Town of Haverfordwest and 2 miles south of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
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We are open all year round and opening hours are seasonal.
Site gate opens at 6:00am – Last entry is 7:00pm
Spring Opening Hours (18 February – 31 March 2023)
Monday – Sunday, 10:00am – 5:00pm
Summer Opening Hours (1 April – 30 September)
Monday to Sunday, 9:00am – 5:00pm
Winter Opening Hours (1 October – 17 February)
Monday to Sunday, 10:00am – 4:00pm
Ample parking is available. The main car park is located conveniently close to the visitor centre. Disabled parking bays are available in the main car park and wheelchair access to the visitor centre, café & toilets. Parking charges apply (£3.00 per day).
Bicycle parking is available.
There are eight electric car-charging points available at Llys-y-frân and they are operated by Mer Pure Energy. Car parking fees apply but the charging is free providing you use the Mer Connect UK App (download from Play Store or App Store). Although you are welcome to use other apps, you should note that they may charge a ‘roaming fee’ so please check carefully their terms before plugging into our charging points.
Located at the activity centre. Here you can hire a bike to suit your needs from e-bikes children and adults Tag-Along and trailers. If you have brought your own bike, we have an in-house repair workshop and wash station to clean off the mud before your head home after your adventure.• READ MORE •
We have multiple rooms available for hire for meetings or special occasions in the Visitor and Activity centre buildings. Details of capacities and how to book coming soon.• READ MORE •
Exercise is vital for doggie health and although there are plenty of opportunities for ‘walkies’ all over the Llys-y-frân estate, the agility park offers an opportunity for some off-leash exercise.• READ MORE •
Journey to West Wales.
We are a short 20 minute drive north east of the ancient county town of Haverford West. Just follow the Llys-y-Frân brown signs from the A40. We have ample parking on site with disabled parking bays close to the Visitor Centre, café & toilets. We are just over 2 hours’ drive from Cardiff, Wales’ capital city. Just head west along the M4. If you are coming from England – great news, the Second Severn Crossing known as the Prince of Wales Bridge is now toll free.
Pembrokeshire is great for exploring on two wheels. If you are a keen cyclist and are arriving by bike you can stop and refuel at our café, get your bike checked out at our bike hub before heading off again on one of our waymarked cycle trails. Take it easy or challenge yourself by choosing to one of the 12 red, blue and green graded sections. Or you can book in advance to have a go on our Pump Skills Area.
Pembrokeshire is a county in the south west part of Wales. It’s famous for its 186 miles of coastline and stunning beaches. But Pembrokeshire also has a magnificent in-land body of water and Llys-y-Frân Lake is safe, clean and has no tides so you can enjoy watersports all day long. The Preseli Mountains that surround us dominate the landscape. The tallest peak, reaching as far as you can see is Foel Cwmcerwyn, the highest point (536m) in the Preseli Mountains.
The Wales Way is a family of three national routes that lead you into the heart of real Wales. The idea is to zig zag across Wales stopping off to discover, castles, towns, beaches and hidden gems like Llys-y-Frân Lake. The Coastal Way leads you on a stunning road trip along the spine of Wales for 185 miles. Make sure you add Llys-y-Frân to your Pembrokeshire itinerary – you will definitely not be disappointed.