Location – Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Capestone is set in 400 acres of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, overlooking the Milford Haven Waterway, and the Sandy Haven Estuary.

The farm lies in the temperate climate of the Gulf Stream, with free draining red sand stone which makes a perfect healthy environment for both grazing livestock and free ranging poultry.

Capestone’s location and traditional organic farming methods go hand in hand together. Spending the majority of their life free-ranging the grassy pastures, Capestone’s chickens and turkeys have the most spectacular view as the pastures flow down to the estuary that joins the farm.

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What makes our location unique?

Pembrokeshire is widely recognised for the quality of its beaches and water. Few areas of Britain can boast the number of beautiful beaches that Pembrokeshire has to offer. They are all equally unique as they vary in size and type from Whitesands in the north to the long stretch of sand at Tenby. Not to forget the south’s hidden gem, the secluded Barafundle Bay as well as boulder beach at Caerbwdy.

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  • It is the only National Park in the UK which is primarily selected for its stunning coastal landscape.
  • Nowhere in the National Park is more than 10 miles from the sea.
  • The Milford Haven Waterway is the second deepest natural harbour in the World (after Sydney Harbour, in Australia) – and it’s right on our doorstep.
  • It is ecologically one of the richest and most diverse parts of Wales and is recognised internationally for its wide range of high quality habitats and rare species.

To learn more about this outstanding area of coast, visit http://www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk