Parents have rated the nurseries in Wales with Meithrinfa Twts Tywi Nursery in Llandeilo and Little Schoolhouse in Tycroes coming in the top 20 out of 374 nurseries across the country.

The top 20 nurseries in Wales received an award from the leading day nurseries review site,, with the award based on the nursery’s reviews from the children’s families and carers.

Caryl Thomas, director of Meithrinfa Twts Tywi Nursery said:“We are delighted to have been recommended as one of the top nurseries in Wales for the second year running.

"We pride ourselves on a friendly home-from-home environment, with a team of highly qualified and enthusiastic staff who thrive in supporting children's individual needs in a bright and stimulating environment that provides the best experiences for the children to play, learn and develop.

"Knowing that the parents are the people who have once again helped us win this award, proves that Twts Tywi Nursery is a stimulating and caring environment where all children can feel happy and relaxed to develop and flourish to their full potential.”

Mandie Bennett, Nursery Director of Little Schoolhouse, added: “We are so thrilled that parents have rated Schoolhouse as one of the top nurseries in the UK and to have three out of our seven nurseries awarded Top 20 Nurseries in Wales is an amazing feeling.

"We always strive to create a nurturing and stimulating environment to help educate and care for every child that walks through our door, so being recognised as having such a pivotal role in our children’s lives by parents makes us feel extremely grateful.

"A huge thank you to our amazing and hardworking team and to all of our lovely children and parents."

Amanda Hopkins, reviews manager of, said: “We would like to congratulate Meithrinfa Twts Tywi Nursery and Little Schoolhouse on being top nursery's in Wales, as rated by parents.

"It is such an achievement to be chosen as one of the best nurseries by the families and carers of the children that attend the setting.

“Reviews of the Top 20 nurseries show these settings both stimulate and nurture children, boosting their social and emotional wellbeing and helping shape their development."