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Penlan Uchaf offers peace and tranquillity in a unique location. With stunning views across the Preseli Hills in North Pembrokeshire the gardens offer a retreat from everyday life and are ideal as both a starting point or a rest point for the miles of walks situated in and around the Gwaun Valley. Enhance your visit with a tea and home baked cake or soup served with roll and cheese, all served in the conservatory at the Farmhouse.
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The farm runs as a typical livestock hill farm, with a closed flock comprising of 750 pedigree Lleyn breeding ewes and a native herd of 200 pedigree longhorn cattle, with all calving and lambing taking place in the spring and all animals pasture grazed. In the harsh depths of winter they are housed and fed on grass silage round bales made in early summer.
In 2001 the farm switched to longhorn cattle due to them being a low input pasture based breed, ideally suited to the extreme weather conditions facing a north Pembrokeshire farm. Around the same time the BBC followed the farm and family for a year to produce the documentary ‘Pembrokeshire Land of Dreams – Mountain Pressure’ (link to film).
Farmers markets and food festivals, along with the gardens and tea rooms offered the opportunity to capitalise on the Carn Edward meat sales growth we all know of today.