The farm at Lower Treginnis is the most westerly farm in Wales. Sitting just outside the beautiful city of St David’s, Lower Treginnis is our coastal farm with panoramic horizon views of the land and ocean, providing its visitors with an incredible mix of wild and windswept Welsh commercial sheep farming and the dramatic cliffs of the Pembrokeshire coastline.
Our most accessible farm for those with disabilities, Lower Treginnis can welcome 39 young people and 5 accompanying adults. Working alongside Aled, our partner farmer, visitors see a large-scale operation providing lambs for supermarket consumption. Tending to poultry and pigs, and horses, ponies and donkeys, visitors to Lower Treginnis can also get hands on with milking goats. Sowing, harvesting, and eating the produce from the very large garden and field-scale farming of potatoes, pumpkins and swedes gives visitors plenty to do.
Being on the coast, a visit to the beach to explore marine habitats is a must as is birdwatching in an area renowned for its unique species. A village walk into St David’s to see our neighbouring community and visit the cathedral is also high on the list for our visiting groups.