The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority works hard to maintain the wildlife habitats on the Castell Henllys site.
It is these habitats of woodland, meadows, scrub and streams that are important for these creatures to survive.
The resulting biodiversity is great for you, our visitors, enjoying a wildlife walk as well as a historical trail.
The wildlife at Castell Henllys is very diverse.
The ancient woodlands, streams and river meadows provide habitats for a wide range of wildlife.
Among those making their home at Castell Henllys are:
- Dormice that live in our coppiced hazel woodland
- Pipistrelle bats that inhabit the roof of the shop
- Otters which make the Duad and Hafren streams their home
- Dippers who feed on creatures that live in the stream.
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Before you book
You will now need to book your visit before you travel to Castell Henllys. Find out all you need to know before you book and what to expect when you g...
Castell Henllys and Beyond
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School Visits to Castell Henllys
Every year – for more than 25 years – around 6,000 children have visited Castell Henllys to see, smell and touch life in an Iron Age village throu...
Visitor Centre, Cafe and Shop
The Visitor Centre at Castell Henllys incorporates a café named Caffi'r Caban (Welsh for The Cabin Cafe), gift shop and interactive exhibitions.
Events at Castell Henllys
Castell Henllys hosts hundreds of events every year including Iron Age adventures, Roman re-enactments and hands-on workshops. School and group bookin...