Get ready for green fields, golden beaches, ancient history, Britain's only coastal national park, world class surfing, cosy pubs & friendly people. Stay with us and you'll find that Pembrokeshire.
Who are we?
Welcome to the Cardeeth. Jim, Sally, Tom and Billy have a passion for the outdoors and an appreciation for the authentic things in life.
Cardeeth is a mixed farm on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, surrounded by fields and woodlands overlooking a beautiful south facing valley beyond which is only 3 miles to the sea.
Carew Castle, Mill and estuary can be spotted less than a mile across the fields. ‘Caer’ means ‘stronghold’ or ‘fortress’ in Old Welsh and ‘Caer’deeth’ now peacefully sits in the countryside.
At home, we produce beef from non-intensively reared Welsh Black Cattle using traditional farming methods. Our native livestock live happily outdoors, maturing slowly on clover-rich pasture and a small quantity of home grown hay. The free range chickens love being given suitable scraps from the kitchen, peck at windfall apples and provide us with rich flavourful eggs. Currently, the ponies attract a lot of attention and get ridden occasionally, the roses are grateful for them being here too! Frosty the cat patrols the sheds for any unwanted invaders. We believe in the highest levels of animal welfare and minimising the impact on the environment.
Our favourite pastime are to head off to the beach, catch mackerel, sea swimming and explore the coast path.
We believe to take the time to so something nice every day.
Where are we from?
We want you to discover Pembrokeshire and have the adventure of a lifetime. Known across the world for its legendary coastal scenery, protected by Britain’s only Coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire is the perfect holiday destination: golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming with wildlife that are just as beautiful in summer as they are in winter.
Surrounded on three sides by water and with no part of Pembrokeshire being more than 14 miles from the coast you can see why we have salt water in our veins.
The best way to see the coastline is from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, all 186 miles from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south, you’ll pass seascapes with breath-taking variety, award winning beaches, harbours, inlets and islands.
Along the way, you’ll no doubt pass all those who just love to be in or on the water. There’s coasteering, surfing, diving, paddle boarding, kayaking not to mention messing about on boats – fishing or sailing.
Families have no end of choice; adventure parks, castles and family festivals, are just some of the attractions and events that will create lasting memories that are talked about for years.
Have a taste of rural life, shop in farm shops and markets, enjoy the space and fresh air, try dining out in top quality restaurants to street food shacks. Come and stay with us at Cardeeth and find out for yourselves.