Castell Moel Llangain
SN 396-166 Carmarthenshire Wales
Castell Moel is possibly a 16th but probably 17th century fortified manor house, founded by the Rede family. Standing on a plateau which overlooks the River Tywi, are the overgrown remains of a late medieval L-plan hall house. The main eastern block is a first floor hall and set in the re-entrant angle, is an adjoining high stair turret. The western block is a two storey wing, with a porch and a cellar and the walls of the castle, once supported a crenellated parapet. 3 miles north is Carmarthen Castle and 5 miles south-west is Llansteffan Castle.
Castell Moel is located east of Llangain, off the B4312. 3 miles south of Carmarthen, on the B4312.
The site is strictly private and the view from the road is restricted.
Car parking is by the side of the road.