Welcome! Troed y Rhiw Farm is a family run Soil Association certified organic farm committed to farming and growing with nature. We produce a wide range of vegetables, herb, soft fruit and flowers. We believe in locally grown food, sold to the local community, keeping food miles to a minimum and reducing the carbon footprint of the farm.
Troed y Rhiw offers quality accommodation on a working organic farm, and we also run a range of courses throughout the year focused on skills for sustainable, environmentally friendly living. The farm is located in Llwyndafydd just over a mile from Cymtydu beach on Cardigan Bay’s protected heritage coast.
You can purchase our certified organic fruit and vegetables in a variety of ways:
Join our box scheme and get a beautiful box of seasonal produce delivered to your door.
Visit us at Newport Market, Market Street, Newport, Pembrokeshire, Monday, 9 am – 1 pm
Rain or shine, Nathan (and occasionally Alicia) can be found selling fresh, local, organic soft fruit and vegetables every week of year except when the market falls on Christmas, Boxing Day or New Year.
Check out the Farmacy, our on-site, honesty box farm stand.
Troed y Rhiw Farm, Llwyndafydd, Llandysul, SA44 6BY
Our fruit and veg is regularly served and stocked at these local restaurants and shops: Blas, Tides Kitchen and Wine Bar and other restaurants and shops.
If you are a restaurateur or retailer and interested in our fruit and veg, give us a ring for prices and seasonal availability.
Support local food!
"Alicia and Nathan at Troed y Rhiw provide an excellent organic box scheme, delivered to your door and paid for online. The variety and freshness of the vegetables is so good too."
"We absolutely love our veg box. Such brilliant value to have delicious, fresh, local organic veg delivered straight to your door. It's broadened my cooking horizons too as I've become more creative with vegetables as you don't know exactly what you'll get from one week to the next and I've had things that previously I probably wouldn't have bought myself but discovered that I love, like celeriac. It's a bit like Christmas coming every week, waiting to see what will arrive! "