Taking the main road north out of Kidwelly you shortly come to a narrow turning on the left sign posted for Bryn Glas / Penlan Uchaf farm. Take this turning and head uphill until the road takes a sharp turn to the right – there is just enough room to park at this point on the left in front of a field gate. Go through the wooden field gate, down the slope and through another wooden field gate on your right. You then step over a small stream and walk up the hill. As you approach the top the stone comes into full view.
The stone is about 6 ft high x 4 ft x 2ft covered in yellow, white and green lichen.
The coastal views to the south are cracking – a great place for standing a stone.
This is an easy site to visit although technically there isn't any public access to the stone.
Well worth a visit when in the area.
Meini Hirion gets no more than a mention on Coflein, but it's position (SN41210833) suggests a relationship with Afon Gwendraeth. The remains of an Bronze Age/Iron Age enclosure called Penlan Ucha stand nearby (SN41250834).
There's a bridlepath running to the west of the stone so access may not be too tricky.