Wake up on Treberfedd Farm and you’ll open the curtains on one of the most stunning natural landscapes in Wales. Treberfedd directly overlooks Aeron Valley, a patchwork of open meadows and leafy woodlands flanked by gently rolling hillsides.
This beautiful countryside was once made famous by the poet Dylan Thomas, who referred to it as ‘the most precious place in the world’.
Take a walk through Aeron Valley
The valley is named after the River Aeron which begins in the Mynydd Bach (‘little mountains’) and winds a path through meadows and villages all the way out to the sea. Wander along the banks of the river and take in the breathtaking views.
Despite its modest size, the river is home to a variety of salmon, brown trout and migratory sewin, so why not bring along your fishing rod and catch yourself some dinner?
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Take a visit to Llanerchaeron House owned by the National Trust, an 18th century house, unaltered for over 200 years. The estate is set on a working Organic farm, including a lake, walled garden and orchard; perfect for a farm walk. There is also a cafe selling home made food from locally sourced or home grown produce. Check out their website for prices, events and what’s going on.
What could be more magical than discovering a secret park in a beautiful walled garden? Go down to the Ty Glyn Davis Trust just outside Ciliau Aeron and wonder around the walled garden, play in the park and take in the beautiful surroundings.