Treberfedd Farm is an ideal base for your short break or holiday in Wales. Our organic working farm located right in the heart of rural Ceredigion, just 15 minutes from Cardigan Bay with its award winning beaches allows you to enjoy the best of all that west Wales has to offer.
Here at Treberfedd Farm we have an endless supply of fresh air, quiet tranquility and open space. It is truly a place where you can kickback, unwind, relax and enjoy some genuine peace and quiet whilst you are on your holiday.
Treberfedd Farm is an ideal base for your short break or holiday in Wales. Our organic working farm is located right at the heart of Ceredigion, just 15 minutes from the Cardigan Bay coast and some of its award winning beaches, which means that you can enjoy the best of all that west Wales has to offer.
Here at Treberfedd Farm we have an endless supply of fresh air, quiet tranquility and open space, so you can truly unwind and enjoy some peace while on you are on holiday.
Things to do in Ceredigion
Treberfedd Farm is located at the heart of the county of Sir Ceredigion, in rural mid west Wales with its fantastic mix of beautiful coastlines, rolling hills, wild rugged mountains, traditional towns and sleepy villages – all waiting to be explored!
You don’t need to go far for your adventure to begin. Our organic farm can take a day to explore. The farm trail weaves its way through traditional hay meadows and wild Welsh woodlands, whilst if you’re feeling brave and like to splash around in the mud then you can squelch your way along our unique ‘welly walk’ too.
See our rare breed cows and sheep grazing in the fields and collect fresh farm eggs for breakfast from the hen house. Spot the Red Kites swooping, soaring and riding the thermals above the organic meadows. Stop and take in the breathtaking views out across the Aeron Valley and Cambrian Mountains. Simply enjoy the peace quiet or roam further afield and see you what you find.
Close to the Farm
If you are staying with us during the warmer months of the year we would recommend a visit to the nearby Cae Hir Gardens and Tea Room (open Easter – October), which is only a short drive or walk from the farm (2 miles) in the nearby village of Cribyn.
Perfect for the beach!
Some of the best local beaches are within 20 minutes of Treberfedd Farm. The stunning coastline of Cardigan Bay is perfect for walking holidays, with over miles of coast path to explore.
The beach at New Quay was once frequented by poet Dylan Thomas and provided the backdrop for scenes of the film ‘The Edge of Love’ starring Kiera Knightley and Sienna Miller. New Quay has a gorgeous sandy beach which is ideal for young children. With boats in the harbour, a watersports centre and the possibility of seeing dolphins on a local boat trip, New Quay is one of Cardigan Bay’s most popular beaches.
A little further down the coast is the National Trust beach of Penbryn. The beach was used for location filming for the James Bond film ‘Die Another Day’ in which Penbryn became a beach in North Korea! Despite this claim to fame, Penbryn remains a hidden gem, and the perfect place to take a picnic of local Welsh food and drink.
Llangrannog is a traditional Welsh fishing village and it’s fabulous in winter or summer. Take a rest from the Ceredigion coast path and refuel at the Ship Inn at Llangrannog or spend a day on the beach with an organic burger and homemade ice cream from the Beach Hut cafe.
Treberfedd Farm’s holiday cottages are ideally located in the beautiful Aeron Valley, between the picturesque Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron and the historic university town of Lampeter.
We are a short drive from the famous Cardigan Bay coast which has many fantastic beaches, coastal paths to walk, and incredible wildlife to discover (such as the bottle nosed dolphins which can be seen on locally run boat trips).
The seaside towns of New Quay and Aberaeron are worth a visit and stroll around, as are the university towns of Aberystwyth and Lampeter, and also the county town of Cardigan which lies to the south.
If you would like any further information about the local area and what it has to offer we would recommend a look at the information available for tourists on the Discover Ceredigion website, or alternatively you are welcome to contact us.
Stretching from Aberystwyth to the north and Cardigan to the south you will find the dramatic cliffs and long white beaches of Cardigan Bay. Treberfedd Farm is only a fifteen minute drive from this beautiful heritage coastline and we recommend that you enjoy a trip to coast while you are staying. Breathe in the fresh sea air, spot the dolphins and seals that visit Cardigan Bay, and explore the landscape against a peaceful, panoramic view of sea and sky.
Things to do in Cardigan Bay
Cardigan Bay offers activities for the whole family, from boat trips out into the bay, to discovering our traditional seaside towns or taking a long walk along the coastal footpath with views over the stunning natural landscape and open ocean.
The beaches at Cardigan Bay are some of the most beautiful in Wales, unspoilt and waiting to be discovered.
The old fishing village of New Quay is home to a wide variety of family activities both on land and in the sea. New Quay beach is good for family swimming and it is also home to Cardigan Bay watersports.
New Quay was once made famous by the poet Dylan Thomas who used to drink in the local pubs. In 2007, the film ‘The Edge of Love’, starring Keira Knightley and Sienna Miller, was filmed in and around this traditional Welsh seaside town.
Our favourite things in New Quay:
Try fishing for mackerel from the quay or take a dolphin-watching boat trip out into Cardigan Bay. If you prefer to keep your feet on dry land, then why not visit the museum or sit outside one of the local cafés or pubs and watch the sunset over the sea?
With swimming, ice cream and fish and chips close by, it’s easy to spend a whole summer day on the beach at New Quay. If it’s not beach weather you can follow the trail of the famous poet Dylan Thomas around the town.
Visit the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre to find out more about the dolphins and other marine wildlife in Cardigan Bay.
Learn about the secret life of bees at New Quay Honey Farm and take home some local wildflower honey.
‘Aber’, as it’s known to locals, is always worth a visit. Aberystwyth has two local beaches and a beautiful seafront promenade, perfect for stunning views over Cardigan Bay.
And with a cliff railway and magnificent castle ruins at either end of the promenade, you’re bound to find something to fascinate the family.
Our favourite things to do in Aberystwyth
Here are some of our favourite things to do around Aberystwyth:
Climb the Constitution Hill on the seafront for some fantastic views over Cardigan Bay, and make your journey back down on the Cliff Railway. A visit to the National Library of Wales.
Take a journey on the Vale of Rheidol Railway. Discover the local history at theCeredigion Museum. See a show, film or exhibition at Aberystwyth University’s Arts Centre.
Aberaeron offers a real taste of coastal Ceredigion, with its vibrant coloured Georgian town houses and beautiful enclosed harbour. The lively, bustling town which is just 15 minutes’ drive from Treberfedd Farm, nestles on the estuary of the River Aeron. It is home to a range of small independent shops and businesses including one of Wales’ most famous ice cream kiosks – The Hive – with its delicious honey ice cream . a treat not to be missed. – The well known Harbourmaster Hotel is another favourite eaterie for locals and tourists alike. The town is well served with cafés serving local seafood and homemade cakes Fish and chips by the harbour walls and a stroll round the harbour itself is a must!
The beaches of Aberaeron are usually fairly quiet and great for inquisitive kids who want to explore the rock pools dotted along the shore. The stony banks of the estuary itself are easily accessible and a great place for a spot of stone skimming. Within the town there are also two well equipped children’s outdoor play areas with playing fields alongside.
Some of our favourite things do in and around Aberaeron:
A stroll around the harbour and town followed by great coffee and delicious homemade cake in La Cucina on Alban Square
Cycling (or walking) along the Cycle Path to Llanerchaeron (National Trust)
Eating fish and chips or sampling honey ice cream
Sitting on the harbour and watching the boats come and go