Aberdeunant is a traditional thatched Carmarthenshire farmhouse set in a picturesque rural landscape. The house is completely unaltered, and offers a glimpse into a traditional way of life that remained unchanged for centuries.

The farmhouse stands beside other, more modern farm buildings on a sloping hillside. The long, low house was built in the late medieval period as a simple hall house. It was altered several times over the following century or so, but many of the original medieval features still remain.

Though owned by the National Trust, Aberdeunant is operated by a resident tenant, and visitors may book a scheduled tour to view the house. Since the property is so small, only 6 people at a time can enter the building. Visitors can see the farmhouse kitchen area and one bedroom on the tour.

Though Aberdeunant is still listed on the National Trust website, there is no longer any information on visiting the property. It isn't clear whether visits are still possible. We'll try to find out more information and update this page as soon as possible.

To the best our knowledge, Aberdeunant is no longer open for visits. Please DO NOT make plans to visit!

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