We are fortunate enough to be ideally suited for most visitors needs from walking along the coast and in the country, historic visits of local villages, towns, castles and medieval sites, to the fun at the fair. You name it and I’ll try and point you in the right direction.
A castle with history dating back to Roman times.
Home to Welsh rugby. Here the 1999 World cup was held and many International games since including the F.A Cup finals as Wemberly was being re-built.This magnificent stadium has achieved world fame for its many Internatinal stars to hold concerts.
An ideal way to visit this dynamic city dropping down into the Bay with it’s rich history and its fantastic attractions. Here they film Dr.Who and Torchwood.
Techniquest is an interactive discovery centre where interactive exhibits are played out learn without realizing what an amazing world we live in.
The clamshell or armadillo design of a building dominates the Cardiff Bay skyline.It is the bastion of Welsh arts and is the Welsh National Opera’s home. It hosts west end musicals,comedy and performances.
Within an hour…
Of leaving the farm you can visit a number of areas that have dictated the history of this part of South Wales. The port of Barry developed to service the need to export the anthracite coal that is synonomous with the Rhondda Valley and the Iron Ore and steel produced in Merthyr Tydfil. A stones throw from Merthyr is the Brecon Beacons National Park a Site of natural Beauty.
Travel west for an hour and the natural beauty of the Gower Peninsula is all yours to explore with its fabulous beaches many of which are known for their golden sands and excellent surf. Also worth a visit is the City of Swansea, situated on the eastern edge of the Gower, it is steeped in history with sites of interest that include the Dylan Thomas Centre, The Mumbles, Brangwyn Hall and the National Waterfront Museum.