The Life of a Farmer's Wife;
The reality of living on an organic dairy farm in west Wales
Monday, 24 May 2010
Penyrallt Woods at Bluebell Time
This morning the dogs & I walked through our bluebell woods, It was glorious in the cool shadows of the trees where the thick growth of young ferns and small woodland plants were shown to their best advantage with the cerulean tints of the bluebells hanging in miniature croziers and with the birds singing and the small river rippling across the stones in the dappled light it was 'very bliss'.
Full-time farmers-wife, cook, laundress, gardener, meeter-&-greeter, mobile gate, answerphone service & bibliophile.
Have lived for over 30 years on a 200 acre organic dairy farm in the Welsh hills, with fiddle-playing farmer husband and two sons.
We host farm walks for schools and any other interested parties and have farm open days and are passionate about educating people on where their food comes from and the importance of the countryside.
We also have a sweet holiday cottage with roses round the door available throughout the year for the perfect country retreat.
Contact for further details;
Telephone; 01559 370341
Logs, electricity, bedlinen & towels included in price Central heating available October-May (included in price) Free WiFi Natural spring water Beautiful views Only 30 minutes from beaches One well behaved dog welcome (£15)
Short Breaks available (min. 3 nights, out of peak seasons only)
To enquire about the cottage please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We also have a delightful shepherd's hut on the farm which is available for holidays from March to October. It sleeps 2 & has a seperate cabin with kitchen/sitting-room, shower-room & wood-burning stove.