- From the North -
Take the M5 motorway South to the M50.
Follow the M50 to the end, near Ross on Wye, where it becomes the A40.
Continue ahead, and after passing Monmouth go another six miles and then take the first junction after the service station, signed A40 Abergavenny.
Follow the A40 until after a long straight section you approach a large roundabout near Abergavenny where you leave the A40 and continue straight ahead. This road is the A465, signed to Merthyr Tydfil.
Stay on the A465 for around 26 miles, passing the junction to Merthyr Tydfil, and continuing to the A4109 junction at Glyn Neath.
Follow the A4109 through the traffic lights in GlynNeath and over the hill towards Abercrave. This becomes the A4221, but continues straight ahead until it drops down to the A4067 road.
At the junction with the A4067 turn right and follow the road for four miles to Craig-y-Nos Castle, which is on the right.
- From the South East and the M4 Motorway -
Follow the A470 Northwards from junction No32 of the M4 motorway to the A 465 just beyond Merthyr Tydfil.
Head West on the A465 continuing to the A4109 junction at Glyn Neath.
Follow the A4109 through the traffic lights in GlynNeath and over the hill towards Abercrave.
This becomes the A4221, but continues straight ahead until it drops down to the A4067 road. At the junction with the A4067 turn right and follow the road for four miles to Craig-y-Nos Castle, which is on the right.
From: London Paddington Station to Neath or Swansea Direct trains every hour Mon/Sat, journey time 2hrs 40 mins. Sunday service less frequent.
From: Manchester/Birmingham to Neath or Swansea (Change at Cardiff) Regular services Mon/Sat, Sunday less frequent. Journey times.. Manchester 3hrs 45mins, Birmingham 2hrs 50 mins.
- From Swansea and the West -
Join the A4067 at the Morriston Roundabout (M4, J45) and head north for about 25-30 minutes. You will enter the Brecon Beacons National Park as you pass Abercrave. Continue on a more windy roady through Penycae Village. Once you pass the Penycae Inn you are one mile from us. Craig y Nos is the next well marked area, with the Castle on the right.
Coming from the South: If you are a guest attending a wedding, you may need to use the 'rear' car park which is the first car park on your right, as the front car park will be reserved for the Bridal Party. The rear car park is loose gravel and there are some containers ahead of you as you drive in. Carry on to as close to the low stone buildings as you can get, then walk up the tarmaced drive past the white building, through an inner courtyard, under an arch and into the main courtyard.
If you are the Bride or you are are off-loading, continue to the Courtyard Car Park (shown in pictures above) which is the second entrance on the right halfway along the tall stone wall.
Coming from the North: The rear car park will be the second on the left, past the main Courtyard Car Park. You turn left immediately where the long stone wall ends.