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All Year: Yes with seasonal gaps
Area (ha): 20
Persons: 1 to 3 or a couple
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 41761
Country: Wales

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Last Updated: March 31, 2018

My name is Teresa and I own and run Treseissyllt Farm in Pembrokeshire.
I grew up in Wales and after university, lived and worked in London for a number of years. During that time I travelled extensively to many parts of the world.
I returned to Wales to renovate the farm ten years ago.

The farm is situated on the coast in the amazing PEMBROKESHIRE NATIONAL PARK between Fishguard and the cathedral city of St. Davids.
There is direct access by private track to the beach, cliffs and the world-famous coastal path which now runs around the entire perimeter of Wales.
Fishguard is the nearest place for shopping, cinema, cafes etc., and there are good bus and train connections to other parts of Wales and the UK.

There are lots of local activities which include hiking, swimming, surfing, kayaking, music, photography, castles and arts and crafts to name but a few.

Treseissyllt is a small (20 hectares/50 acres) traditional farm with a flock of Welsh pedigree sheep and 3 horses.

We have an "eco" campsite in a large field with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside and the sea. It is limited to ten pitches and visitors love the space, the peace and the wonderful opportunities to see wildlife, not to mention the amazing sunsets and starry night skies.

I would love to host anybody who is willing to help out with the following types of tasks:

- Household maintenance and cooking
- Mowing grass and weeding
- Clearing hedges/land
- Dog walking
- Indoor/outdoor everyday tasks
- General ** horse care. They live out in
the field and come into the stable when

** Work related to the horses is optional

This is by no means an exhaustive list and tasks can vary greatly from day to day, depending on the weather/seasons.
The great thing about farm and camping life is that every day is different!

Please note:

• You must like and be comfortable around dogs. I have a very friendly female crossbreed who is 8 years old.
• A "can-do" helpful and flexible attitude is essential

• Helpers aged 21 upwards.
• No smoking or drugs.

I love meeting new people, learning about other cultures, sharing my knowledge of
the local area and, when there’s time, showing people around.

If you think you might like it here please contact me to tell me about yourself/selves.

And I will be very happy to answer any questions you may have.
I hope to hear from you soon.

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