Warren Farm, Wales is on a peninsula in the bottom left hand corner of Wales. With sea to the west, sea to the south and Milford Haven to the north, you’re never far from water. Although we are way out in the country we are easy to find. The roads are good and, apart from the odd tractor, traffic free, so you can leave rush hour stresses at home.
The best postcode to find Warren Farm, Wales is SA71 5HS. Most sat navs take a complicated route along narrow country lanes. We recommend the following route to get you here quickly and easily:
- Drive to Pembroke (not Pembroke Dock)
- From Pembroke, follow the red-edged signs to Castlemartin Range
- Head down the hill at the mini roundabout
- Take a left just past the school on the B4139 towards Castlemartin
- Take a left at the top of the hill, signposted towards Castlemartin & Bosherston
- The entrance to Castlemartin Range is hard to miss: there are two Army tanks flanking the entrance
- Take the first right after the entrance to the Range, through Merrion and on to the tiny hamlet of Warren
- The farmhouse is the big building on your right. Go past the house and turn in through the farm gate on your right. Park on the left immediately inside the gate. Please park between the uprights on the raised beds, to leave space for other cars.
If you get lost
There isn’t any mobile signal once you reach St Petrox, so you won’t be able to call us if you get lost (and we can’t usually hear the phone when we’re outside.) Keep an eye out for the steeple of St Mary’s Church opposite the farm: you can see the elegant stone spire for miles.
If you get here a little early
We have a very small team (http://warrenfarm NULL.wales/the-warren-farm-family/) keeping Warren Farm, Wales going, so we can’t always arrange for an early check in. If you arrive earlier than planned, or just want to make the best of the day, check out our lists of great cafes (http://warrenfarm NULL.wales/2015/06/cafes-in-pembroke/) and beaches (http://warrenfarm NULL.wales/2012/03/sand-between-our-toes-beaches-south-of-the-haven/). Its the perfect start to your break.
Alternatives to driving
- You can catch a ferry from Rosslare to Pembroke Dock
- The closest train station is in Pembroke
- Coaches stop in Pembroke and/or Pembroke Dock
- The Coastal Cruiser bus route runs close to the farm. Services can be infrequent, especially in the winter
- Local taxi services include:
- Mal’s Cabs
- AJ’s Cabs
- The farm is on the Ironman Wales cycle route, but it’s a hilly road. The route via Maidenwells and St Twynells (the usual sat nav route) has fewer hills. There’s plenty of space to store bikes outside, but unfortunately we don’t have any undercover storage. You can also hire bikes once you’re here (http://warrenfarm NULL.wales/2017/07/cycling-in-pembrokeshire/), if you prefer.