There will be some fun for the family at a Carmarthenshire landmark this Easter.

National Trust Cymru is organising a series of adventure-filled Easter egg trails at Dinefwr, catering to all ages.

This initiative promises not only to entertain smaller explorers but also to educate them about nature, history, and the beauty of the region.

Dinefwr, with more than 2,000 years of history and brimming with serene beauty, will serve as a perfect backdrop for these Easter festivities.

On offer is a chance to explore the 17th-century manor house, stroll in the sprawling 800-acre parkland, and visit the historically-significant Dinefwr Castle, a 12th-century fortress managed by CADW.

But the key attraction, the Easter egg hunt, promises a more immersive experience.

There will be a chance to assemble a masterpiece on the Tennis Lawn, compose a new tune at the music station, and build a den in the woodland.

There is also a chance to create personalized Dinefwr portraits by utilizing different props and posing in a large frame.

The egg hunt is designed to celebrate Dinefwr’s rich culture while encouraging creativity.

It is an opportunity to delve deeper into the region's history while partaking in the wholesome Easter festivities.

Upon completion of all activities, participants will receive a chocolate egg or an alternative vegan or 'free from' chocolate egg as a prize.

National Trust Cymru's parks and Deer Park are accessible from 10am to 5pm, while the Newton House and café can be visited between 10.30am and 4.30pm.

The Easter egg hunt, in particular, will be held from March 23 to April 1, 10.30am-3pm.

Admission charges apply as usual (although National Trust members can enter for free), with a £3 cost per Easter Egg trail, including a trail sheet, bunny ears, and a chocolate egg.

Visit the Dinefwr website for more information.