Visit an organic farm

Penyrallt Home Farm, Carmarthenshire

Penyrallt is a 56 hectare farm lying in a beautiful valley in west Wales. It has dairy cows, beef cattle and sheep together with holiday cottages for visitors to stay in. Why not call the farm and arrange your visit?

Organic livestock

The farm has a herd of 30 dairy cows which graze the organic pastures. Many are the traditional brown and white Ayrshire breed - an increasingly rare sight in the countryside as most farmers now keep black and white Friesian/Holsteins.


The farm has an ancient broadleaved woodland which slopes down to a stream at the bottom of the valley. Some of the timber is milled on the farm and used for turnery products. You can see herons, kingfishers and mallard ducks along the stream.


The farm is rich in wildlife with farmland birds such as lapwing and skylark, birds of prey including red kite, buzzards and sparrow hawks, and mammals such as foxes and bats. To help maintain the habitats for these animals, the farm uses organic farming methods and is part of the Tir Gofal stewardship scheme.

Farm shop

There is a small farm shop on the farm that is open at all times selling home produced beef, lamb and free-range eggs, plus other organic food. Please call in advance to check that we're here.


Converted barns on the farm provide self-catering accommodation for holiday makers. Please call the farm for details and find out more about staying at this idyllic farm.  

Arranging a visit   

Groups, schools and holiday bookings by arrangement.  

How to get there   

By car: Turn off the A484 Carmarthen - Cardigan road just south of Saron on to the A486. Turn right up a no-through road and bear right at a fork to reach Penyrallt at the end of the lane.  
By bike: Find your route on the Sustrans website         

Contact details