Amelia Trust Farm, Five Mile Lane, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, CF62 3AS

Please do not use the postcode when using a sat nav as it will NOT take you to the Amelia Trust Farm!

T: 01446 782030

E: [email protected]


Opening Hours

Farm: Open 10 am. Last entry 4 pm, close 6 pm

Cafe: 10 am – 4 pm


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

PUBLIC NOTICE-
FIVE MILE LANE ROAD CLOSURES OVER NEXT 4 WEEKENDS⚠️

WE ARE STILL OPEN
If you are planning to visit us over the following weekends, please see below details of road closures on the Five Mile Lane.
We will be open to the public during all of these weekends and you will be able to access us from the end that is open.

If you have any questions or would like help with directions please ring us Mon - Fri 9 am - 1 pm or email [email protected] or message us on here or Facebook. 

• 14 September - 16 September (From Sycamore Cross to Amelia Trust Farm)

• 21 September - 23 September (From Sycamore Cross to Amelia Trust Farm)

• 28 September - 30 September (From Weycock Cross to Welsh Hawking Centre)

• 05 October - 07 October (From Welsh Hawking Centre to Moulton junction)

All businesses within the area are open as normal and can be accessed via the opposite end to the closure.

https://www.valeofglamorgan.gov.uk/en/living/Roads/Five-Mile-Lane/Five-Mile-Lane-Improvements-Project.aspx

Directions

Amelia Trust Farm Location Map

From Cardiff/Culverhouse Cross

Follow the A48 towards Cowbridge – the road from Culverhouse Cross goes up the hill between Marks and Spencer and McDonalds. You’ll go through a village called St. Nicholas, as you leave the village you’ll see a golf course on the right and then a turning to the left signposted for Cardiff Airport. Take this left turn (Five Mile Lane, A4226) and we are on the right after approx 1 miles. As you go into the 40 mph zone, we are at the top of the hill.

From Bridgend/Cowbridge

Follow the A48 towards Cardiff. You’ll go through a village called Bonvilston, as you leave the village there is a right turn filter lane signposted for Cardiff Airport. Take this right turn (Five Mile Lane, A4226) and we are on the right after approx 1 miles. As you go into the 40 mph zone, we are at the top of the hill.

From Penarth/Barry

Follow Port Road East and then Port Road West (you’ll pass a fire station on your right) until you come to a roundabout with a petrol station (Co-operative) on the left hand side. Take the third exit (Five Mile Lane, A4226) signposted Duffryn and follow this road for approx 3 miles. The farm is the second drive on the left hand side AFTER the Walterston turning. If you get as far as the National Speed Limit signs, you’ve gone too far.

From Llantwit Major/Rhoose

Follow the A4226 until you pass the Cwm Ciddy Inn on the right hand side. At the next roundabout, take the first exit (Five Mile Lane, A4226) signposted Duffryn and follow this road for approx 3 miles. The farm is the second drive on the left hand side AFTER the Walterston turning. If you get as far as the National Speed Limit signs, you’ve gone too far.