So, you’ve decided you’d like to visit us. That’s great news. But now you need to find us!
Here’s a handy map to help you…
Take the car to Folly Farm…
Just pop SA68 0XA into your Sat Nav and you can’t miss us!
But don’t worry if you haven’t got a Sat Nav then you can find us in the following ways:
Travelling from South Wales and England
Easy! Take the M4 West until Junction 49 (Pont Abraham services). Then take the A48 towards Carmarthen. From there take the A40 heading in the direction of Tenby and follow our brown tourist information signs.
Travelling from Mid Wales
Another easy one – take the A40 to Carmarthen then follow the signs.
Travelling from North Wales
Take the A483 south bound and continue on the A5 until you reach Oswestry. Follow the Welshpool signs and from there head to Newtown and then Llandrindod Wells then continue to Builth Wells. Llandovery is the next port of call and then a right at the crossroads onto the A40 signposted for Llandeilo. Carmarthen bound then and from there just follow the signs.
From the Midlands
From the M5 take Junction 8 and join the M50. Follow it as far as you can then at its end take the first exit off the roundabout onto the A40 for Ross on Wye, follow this road and at Monmouth continue straight onto the A449. At Junction 24 bear right at the roundabout and join the M4 west bound toward Cardiff. Continue west bound until Junction 49 and pick up the directions from South Wales.
From Fishguard Harbour
Head away from the terminal and follow the directions for the A40 in the direction of Haverfordwest. Continue on the A40 signposted St Clears and turn right when you reach the Junction for the A4075 at Canaston Bridge signposted for Oakwood Theme Park and Bluestone. Stay on the A4075 then take the next left opposite the Canaston Bowl onto the A4115 towards Templeton. Stay on this road until you reach a crossroads at the bottom of a long hill, turn right onto the A478 signposted for Tenby and the entrance to Folly Farm is two miles on the right hand side of the A478.
From Pembroke Harbour
From the Ferry Terminal follow the directions for the A477 in the direction of St Clears. Stay on the A477 for the next 20 miles then take a left onto the A478 direction Narberth. Go straight over the Begelly roundabout and the entrance to Folly Farm is just a mile and a half down the road on the left hand side.
Take the bus to Folly Farm
We’re on the main Narberth to Tenby road and there’s a bus-stop right outside our entrance. Here’s a link to Pembrokeshire County Council’s bus timetable or the Taf Valley Coaches 381 service timetable.
Take the train to Folly Farm
Our nearest train station is in Kilgetty, then it’s just a short taxi ride (or if you’re feeling adventurous a twenty-minute walk) to start your adventure!
Cycle to Folly Farm
Pembrokeshire offers some of the best roads for travelling by bike. We now have a bike rack situated next to the business entrance, please speak to our admissions staff upon arrival who will be more than happy to point you in the right direction.
Please note: There are currently 4 bike racks available on a first come, first serve basis. Bikes are not permitted to enter the park. Bike locks are not provided and locking the bike remains the responsibility of the owner. A CCTV camera is in operation on this rack; however, bikes are left at the owner’s risk. Folly Farm does not take responsibility in the unfortunate event of a theft.
Don’t have a bike? Try these local bike hire companies:
Pembrokeshire Bike Hire (https://pembrokeshirebikehire.co.uk/) has 10 years of bike hire experience and offers delivery of hire bikes directly to your holiday accommodation, wherever you are in Pembrokeshire.
Pembrokeshire E-bike Hire (https://www.pembrokeshireebikehire.co.uk) offers an electric bike hire service operating from Manorbier.