Holiday Cottages in West Wales
Four unique holiday cottages and two luxury eco cabins on our organic farm near west Wales coast
Our holiday cottages in west Wales are set in the perfect location. Our working organic farm is surrounded by lots of open space and beautiful scenery. Majestic Red Kites whirling over head on the breeze are a common site from the holiday cottages.
The cottages and eco cabins are ideal for couples, families with children and friends reunions. We welcome well behaved dogs and there’s plenty of woodland walks for them. Group accommodation bookings are popular too with over 30 beds available.
Short breaks start from just £175 – visit our online booking page to check availability and prices.
Our holiday cottages and farm provide the perfect setting for relaxing weekend breaks and holidays in rural West Wales. The farm lies at the heart of the wide open countryside of the Aeron valley. We are surrounded by beautiful panoramic views over green rolling hills and the Cambrian mountains.
We are situated within easy reach of Cardigan Bay’s beautiful sandy beaches of New Quay and Llangrannog. Over summer you can take a boat trip to see the bottlenose dolphins of Cardigan Bay. The hidden coves of the old West Wales smugglers coast at Mwnt and Cwmtudu are a must see too.
We are also close to the delightful coastal towns of Aberaeron and Aberystwyth. Only a short drive from the farm you will find the historic university town of Lampeter.
Green Holidays, a carbon neutral destination
Treberfedd Farm holiday cottages and eco cabins are accredited environmentally friendly under the international Green Key Awards scheme. We use eco friendly cleaning products and produce our own electricity from solar panels and a small wind turbine. Over 14,000 trees have been planted around the farm in the last 15 years absorbing CO2 and creating 19 acres of new woodland.
Award winning holiday cottages: Treberfedd Farm was votedbest organic place to stay in 2014 Soil Association organic awards. The land here has been organic and chemical free since 2005. RSPB bird surveys have shown increases in farm land birds over the last 15 years.