An introduction to Pembrokeshire Sheepdogs
- Dog/Pet Friendly
- Group Friendly
A unique opportunity to have a go at training sheepdogs or watch them being trained not only with sheep but ducks too! Self Catering Farmhouse and B&B
Unique opportunity to have a go at training sheepdogs or watch them being trained not only with sheep but ducks too! Self Catering Farmhouse and B&B.
Self Catering Farmhouse enjoy a holiday in this traditional country farmhouse. Accommodates up to 8 people. The superb fitted kitchen is equipped with oven and hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. Tumble drier available on request. There are two sitting rooms, one with sofa bed. TV and video. Full oil-fired central heating ensures that you are always warm and comfortable, even during the winter months.
Tariff: £470 - £930 per week
Self Catering Chalet
The well-equipped chalet, which sleeps up to 6 people, has one double bedroom, one small bedroom with bunk beds, suitable for smaller adults or children. Lounge with futon, three-piece suite and TV. Kitchen/diner with cooker, microwave, fridge Bathroom.
Tariff:£150 - £300 per week
Alternatively, enjoy bed and breakfast available in the cosy farm cottages.
Tariff:£25 - £27 per night
No smoking indoors, please. Beds are made up for your arrival, but you will need to provide your own towels. There is ample parking. Dogs are welcome, under strict control, as a working sheep farm, sheepdogs are trained in the adjoining fields.
Sheepdog Demonstrations and Coastal Farm Walk
Demonstrations of working dogs at different stages of their training, using both sheep and ducks, are held during the summer.
Light lunches and refreshments available
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
Tremynydd Fach is a working sheep farm, whose fields extend down to the sea. Take a walk and see the most spectacular and unspoilt stretch of the coastal path abounding with rare species of plants and wildlife, including choughs, peregrines and breeding seals
About Pembrokeshire Sheepdogs
Pembrokeshire Sheepdogs is run by Anna Lou Daybell and the Lovering family at Tremynydd Fach, a working sheep farm, whose fields extend down to the sea. Courses cover all aspects of sheepdog handling, from basic training for farm work, to advanced tuition for trials.
Training is under the direction of Anna Lou, who has many years of experience training dogs and people! Her particular forté is helping complete beginners take their first steps towards becoming competent handlers. Numerous past students have gone on to enjoy great success on the trials field, returning again and again for her continued help and guidance in a friendly environment.
You will receive a warm welcome from Marion, who, as well as providing mouth-watering, home-cooked meals, takes a keen interest in the progress of course members and their dogs. She has run her own restaurant and still works as a professional cook.