Things to do
There are lots of things to do both on and off the farm. Below are a few ideas but if you'd like to know more or have specific requirements or interests then get in touch.
The Ceredigion coast is home to some of the cleanest beaches in the UK. Relax on long sandy stretches, play in the waves, build sandcastles, hunt out secret coves, adventure through caves cut into the rock face and admire the coastal waterfalls. If you look a little way out to sea you may also spot the dolphins, seals and porpoises that call the coast their home.
New Quay, Cei Bach, Llangrannog, Mwnt, Penbryn are just some of the stunning sandy beaches that are within 30 minutes’ drive of the farm. For something a little different venture to Borth at sunset and explore the petrified forest that lies hidden just beneath the waves
The farm is in a great position to explore hills, coastal paths, forests and more.
The Ceredigion coastal path is a stunning 65 mile route that runs from Cardigan to Ynyslas, you can also explore the green river valleys of the Teifi, Aeron, Ystwyth and Rheidol, get lost in the Brechfa Forest, visit the enchanting Hafod Estate and discover Devils Bridge Falls or venture to the Brecon Beacons or the uplands and forests of the Cambrian Mountains.
You really are spoilt for choice.
Wander around the picturesque Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron or the historic market town of Lampeter.
Visit the red kite museum at Tregaron or venture to Llanddewi Brefi, the town made famous by the comedy series Little Britain.
Enjoy a slower pace of life, watch the world go by and sample the delights in our independent cafes, pubs and deli's.
Magnificent mountain biking & more
If you are up for something a little more adrenaline fuelled then this might just be the place for you.
There are a host of mountain biking opportunities nearby. The Brechfa Forest and Nant yr Arian offer some great mountain bike trails, check out the cross country routes or venture a little further to Machynlleth and experience the longest decent in Wales on The ClimachX in the Dyfi forest.
You can also visit the sleepy hamlet of Cilycwn home to Cwm Rhaeadr, at only 6.7km it may be shorter than many of the other trails in the area but it packs enough punch to make it well worth a ride.
Fantastic food & drink
With an artisan food producers around most corners the trickiest thing is working out what to try first.
Explore the small but perfectly formed towns of Lampeter and Aberaeron and their great independent delis, cafes and restaurants.
Within striking distance of the farm you can sample the awesome ice cream at contis, visit an organic whisky and gin distillery (Dà Mhìle), an award winning brewery (Penlon Cottage Brewery), and amazing restaurants like Y Polyn and the Harbourmaster. There are a host of excellent food markets, independent deli's, and cosy cafes nearby. Come indulge your senses (and your waistline) in West Wales.
Different days out
Looking for something different to do, want to discover some of Wale's unique history or indulge in a legend or two? Wales has more castles per square mile than anywhere else Europe.
You can also jump on a narrow gauge steam train, venture down a gold mine, cosy up in one of Dylan Thomas's favourite spots, discover 8,000 varieties of plants under a stunning glass greenhouse at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, or venture to the incredible Elan Valley.