nestles in a peaceful
valley in Camrose,
Pembrokeshire, West Wales, and has done
so for some 300 years. The farm is still a
busy working farm, but is no longer a dairy
milking farm, but a dairy rearing farm.
It was originally recorded as 'Nock Farm', in
the Parish records, and over the years the
spelling has been changed to 'Knock
The interior of the once single-storey
building still retains the raw wood beams,
dating back some 200 hundred years.
© Knock Farm Bed and Breakfast
During the 17th Century, the farm was one of many belonging to the Camrose Estate, owned by the
Penn family, one of whose illustrious forebears founded the state of Pennsylvania on the east coast
Although John no longer works the farm himself, those of you who
have stayed with us will recognise him as 'the genial breakfast
waiter', or to use his words - 'the general dogsbody'!
At every opportunity he is out doing his rounds of the farm on his
'buggy', accompanied as always by his ever-faithful companion, our
Jack Russell terrier Sadie.
"Very lovely place, and a very nice
hostess! Thank you for the recipe for
D & P Badeluco, USA
Williams and from the minute
that you first enter the oak-beamed hallway of Knock Farm, a true
'home from home' welcome awaits you. My husband John and I
have been in the farm holiday business for over 40 years and we
have loved every minute of it!
We have tried to maintain our business as more of a 'family home
from home' and we hope that it meets with your expectations.
We will both make every effort to ensure that you are comfortable,
and that your stay with us at Knock Farm is a truly memorable one.