The Farm...

Trefach Farm is an active working farm full of farmyard animals.  If you're interested in seeing more of the animals and of the farm, we will be happy to show you around.  Please let us know at the beginning of your stay so that we can arrange a time with you that is suitable for everyone.  Upon arrival the cats, chickens, dogs and horses may  introduce themselves, but the cattle and sheep are a little more shy.  Dependent on the time of year, you may be lucky enough to meet some lambs and calves too.

Things to do in the local area

Pembrokeshire is teeming with events and activities, from days at the beach to walking the mountains and coastal path – there’s something to accommodate everyone during your stay at Trefach Farm holiday rental Pembrokeshire.  There are a wide range of activities to entertain you, and all within close proximity to our holiday accommodation.

There are tourist information centres in the nearby towns of Cardigan and Newport, but also ask us for our list of local activities and amenities, available on site.

Attractions

The county of Pembrokeshire is home to some unique attractions, so to help you have the best holiday possible, we've compiled a list of the best places to visit.

Dyfed Shire Horse Farm

Dyfed Shire Horse Farm only 4 miles from Trefach Farm

Working Farm with a difference a fun day out for all the family! Meet our animals, Shire Horses, Welsh Pigs, Balwen Welsh Mountain Sheep, chickens, lamas, rabbits and bottle feed calves! Go back in time and take a ride on a Horse and Cart and then take a ride on the Tractor and Trailer Tour. Indoor and outdoor play areas, big sand shed, crazy golf, trampoline, go-carts and nature trail. Demonstrations include Birds of Pray, Working heavy Horses and Farriery! (Peak season only) Caffi Celt serving home made foods. Wheelchair and Pushchair friendly. Dogs Welcome.

Folly Farm

Folly Farm is situated in the centre of the county of Pembrokeshire, founded in 1988 it is a farm diversification project which was the brainchild of dairy farmer Glyn Williams and his wife Anne, a Head Teacher.  To this day Folly Farm's mission remains to "Educate and Entertain".

There's plenty of animals to see at the family fun park there's the zoo, the fun and games and the opportunity to eat at the park. It is an ideal day out for children and adults

Heatherton

Based in the South of the county, Heatherton is a free admission attraction, providing a pay when you play facility, allowing customers to choose what they want to partake in before purchasing tickets. Anyone who then does not wish to participate can spectate with no extra cost, but it is guaranteed that once you witness the extensive range of activities on offer, it will be difficult to resist!!

A good family fun day out with lots of different activities.

Cilgerran Wildlife Centre

Discover the wonders of the nature at The Welsh Wildlife Centre and Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve… your perfect day out in Pembrokeshire Families will love exploring our nature trails on foot or two wheels, playing in the adventure playground, discovering our willow maze, meeting our resident water buffalo and friendly giant willow badger.

 

Beaches

Pembrokeshire is home to some beautiful coastline. It is renowned for some of it's beautiful beaches. You can find a full list of all beaches in Pembrokeshire here.

Historical Sites

Pembrokeshire is also home to a rich heritage and history. There are many castles, burial chambers and cathedrals dotted throughout Pembrokeshire. Here are some of the one's closest to Trefach:

Cilgerran Castle

Castell Henllys - Iron Age Fort

Pentre Ifan - Burial Chamber overlooking the Newport Pembrokeshire area nestled in the Preseli's.

Carew Castle 

Pembroke Castle

St David's Cathedral - Situated in the UK's smallest City!

Cardigan Castle - newly restored

Sporting Activities

Being close to the coastline has great advantages. There are a number of coastal paths to walk covering a vast area of the Pembrokeshire coastline as well as the option to do some hiking on the sprawling Preseli mountains. Cycling is also very popular in Pembrokeshire amongst locals and visitors. There are a number of water sport activities in the area as well from coasteering to kayaking, surfing and paddle boarding.

Find out more about Water sports here - www.cardiganbayactive.co.uk

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path 

Preseli Mountains Hiking

Crosswell Horse Agency, Crosswell

Havard Riding Stables, Dinas Cross

Eating Out

After all those activities you are bound to work up an appetite. Trefach is ideally situated to offer you a number of options for eating out. You can travel to Newport which is homed to a unique culinary scene or even to Cardigan which has a number of options also. Some of our favourite places are listed below:

The Canteen Newport - Stone baked Pizza (Eat in or Takeaway), burgers and Salads. Booking Recommended.

The Golden Lion Newport - GastroPub offering a wide variety of menu choices. Booking Recommended.

Cnapan Restaurant - Tasty meals in an oldie worldie environment.

Blas at Fronlas - Open some evenings, serving a variety of meals.

The Gwbert Hotel & Flat Rock Bistro  - Varied menu in a relaxing environment overlooking the Teifi Estuary. Booking Recommended.