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All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 50
Persons: 1 - 4
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 19443
Country: Wales

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Last Updated: May 16, 2017

A beautiful farm that overlooks the sea in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It is only 5 minutes from a rocky beach and a coast popular with walkers and surfers.

It is relatively remote, but there is a pub within 2 miles, a daily bus service (in summer) to local towns and the village-sized city of St Davids is 5 miles away. Volunteers must be prepared to be fairly isolated most of the time.
Volunteers are very welcome to work on the farm helping to grow the vegetables and sharing in any other social or educational events that occur. The work is physical and can be tough. It is almost all outside (although we do have polytunnels) and the weather here can be wild even in summer. Volunteers should be prepared for working outside in all types of weather and although it can get very wet, donít be put off as the farm is set in a beautiful location and it can also get very hot!

Your accommodation will be in a building with kitchen downstairs and bunk beds upstairs, sometimes shared with other volunteers; electricity, gas and water are included. We provide any necessary work gloves and protective clothing (but you should bring the wet-weather or work clothes and boots that you prefer). Accommodation is very basic. Volunteers are expected to keep it tidy, clean and in good repair :)

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