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Trehill Farm lies on the very south western tip of Pembrokeshire and was purchased by the Trust in 1941. It’s a mixed farm of arable cultivation and cattle rearing, and the main crop is Pembrokeshire potatoes.
Gwarnoethle farm sits within the catchment of the Afon Cothi, to the north-east of Pumpsaint. It was acquired by the National Trust as part of the Dolaucothi Estate in 1944. The farm rears cattle and sheep in a pastoral landscape characterised by small fields and a network of hedgerows and woodlands.
Gwern Gof Uchaf is located at the head of Llyn Ogwen, with the farm’s 303 hectare extent stretching from the edge of the lake up to the summit of Tryfan, and close to the summit of Glyder Fach. The farm is entirely within the Eryri Special Area of Conservation (SAC). The land varies from open wet fields on the valley floor, through a rock strewn ffridd, up to a mountain land of upland heath and blanket bog.
Located on the remote slopes to the south of Ysbyty Ifan, Hafod Las is a 245ha upland farm within the National Trust’s Ysbyty Estate, a landscape of improved grassland, flower rich, rushy and marshy grassland, river corridor, woodland and ffridd.