Welcome to Pembrokeshire Sunflowers

Pembrokeshire Sunflowers an amazing sea of gold!

OPENING for the last weekend 11 & 12 September 10.30am to 6.30pm

All welcome – No pre booking required

Enjoy a visit to the sunflower farm – 7 acres of sunflowers in the Pembrokeshire countryside. Join us for a stroll through the sunflower field, take some fabulous photos, create some memories and pick some flowers to take home, also visit our wildflower meadow and for the little folk, there is a woodland play area a great open space for families to enjoy.

Lite bites and drinks will be available, or you can bring a picnic. Visitors are welcome to enjoy the farm, please remember it’s a working farm, we are dog friendly, but pets must be well behaved and kept on a lead.

Go to Pembrokeshire Sunflowers Facebook for updates about opening days and times – we are hoping for lots of sunny days. You will be able to book via Eventbrite there will be a small entry charge of £5 per (car pre-booking ) or £6 per car (without booking) – everyone needs to check-in on arrival.

If you intend to pick Sunflowers remember to bring secateurs, we recommend wearing sensible footwear.

Flowers are just £1 each.

Wander through the sunflowers (over 500,000) – as well as looking amazing remember they are also great for attracting birds, bees and wildlife to the area.

Directions

To help you to find the sunflower farm, as you follow the directions, you will see our sunflower signs.

Travelling from Cardigan

Take the A487 to Croft. At the junction take the B4582 signed Nevern.

Continue for approximately 2 miles to the crossroads with the derelict cottage, turn right.

Continue for 1 mile, turn right. After 500m turn left into sunflower farm at Trefaes Ganol.

Parking for cars further down the lane on the left.

Travelling from Fishguard

Take A487 to Velindre Farchog, go past pub.

Take next left signed Moylegrove.

Continue for approx 2 miles to crossroads with derelict cottages, go straight over.

Continue for 1 mile, turn right.

After 500m turn left onto sunflower farm at Trefaes Ganol.

Parking for cars further down the lane on the left.