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Llangwm has a large history of mining and fishing and was part of manor of Walwyn’s Castle, having its caput at Benton Castle nearby, in the coastal woodland to the south east of Llawgwm. The church dates from the 14th century, but was substantially altered in the 19th century and is  is dedicated to St Jerome. Popular with visitors throughout the year, with extensive use of the river estuary and local walks, the village holds a festival in the last week of June and the first week of July. Llangwm is home to Pembrokeshire’s newest literary festival, the Llangwm Literary Festival. The festival, held each August, includes activities for both adults and for children, including creative writing and art workshops.


Our favourite things to do in Llangwm

  • Explore the village of Llangwm.
  • Enjoy walks along the Cleddau River.
  • Visit local parks or green

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