Treberfedd Newsletter February 2023

2023 is now in full swing and here at Treberfedd Farm we have lots to look forward to for the year ahead. We would like to thank all our guests that chose to spend the festive season and the January get away break with us and hope you all enjoyed the log fires and frosty winter walks around the Farm.

For the year ahead we have lots planned. For breaks covering the kids Easter Holidays, 31Mar – 16 Apr 23, we intend to have Easter Egg hunts available for all the properties booked with children staying. The mini chocolate eggs will be hidden in the properties on arrival for the kids to find. 

Half Term Availability – We have a few cottages that have not yet been booked over the kids half term break, so you can still join in the fun by booking at

Summer Plans – We expect to have another glorious summer here at Treberfedd and so will make the most of it with some organised pizza nights, using our wood fired pizza oven in the on-site play barn where guests can play pool, ping pong or giant jenga, whilst enjoying a pizza cooked for you by us. Don’t forget, we have a licensed bar so adults can have a beer with their pizza and enjoy the views over the Aeron Valley on a summer evening.

Later in the year, when the summer sun has done its work and ripened the apples, we intend to have another apple pressing afternoon. Guests can join in picking and juicing the apples and taste the joy of freshly squeezed apple juice from organic home grown apples. This is also a great way for the kids to learn about food and where it comes from and how it is made. 

Finally, we are growing pumpkins in 2023, specially for our guests who visit in October, over Halloween. If you have booked over this period, or are planning to then we hope you will be able to take a pumpkin away with you or make use of it whilst you are at Treberfedd to entertain the kids. We hope to decorate the courtyard with a few too. Check October availability here

So we plan to be busy and we still have lots to do on the Farm with all the animals. The cows are currently tucked up in the barn for winter and are available for feeding by any passing guest who wishes to provide them some delicious hay, they will happily eat it for you! The sheep have just been scanned and we hope to have a successful lambing season around the corner. We already have a couple of sheep training courses booked in this year with Farmer Jack.

So that is Treberfedd for now, we hope to get back to you again in March with news of the Spring Lambs, but before I go don’t forget Dora, our newly refurbished Edwardian Caravan. We have already had a number of bookings for her this year and we are not surprised, what a lovely way to enjoy a few days in the spring overlooking the Aeron Valley. To view Dora’s availability please go to

See you soon!

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