Call in and see our new collections for Autumn Winter 2013.
At The Welsh Farmhouse Company, we firmly believe that you can't go wrong with classic lines. If you think a piece is timeless and well made, you'll wear it forever. We've picked some great pieces from Barbour and Dubarry that you will be able to style in lots of different ways throughout the season.
We're also very excited that we're stocking scarves from Irish print designer Susannagh Grogan. These 100% silk scarves are both luxurious and stylish and we'll be showing you different ways to wear them this Autumn Winter.
We've also been working with Nicky Thomson, the knitwear designer who we've know for a number of years and for this season, she has produced some beautiful simple and wearable pieces of knitwear that will take you through the season; whether its workwear or something simple for that weekend dinner on a chilly winters evening. In addition, we'll also have some key classic cashmere pieces from Brodie Cashmere, a family run business based in the north of England.
Earlier this year we were trawling Europe for some exquisite fragrances that are new to the UK. We'll be introducing these in the run up to the festive season to sit alongside our skincare ranges.
As always, we've got those kitchen staples covered too; things that make the most mundain tasks more interesting; new product launches from the very sucessful Joseph Joseph, beautiful Irish linen from Ulster Weavers and the best everyday knives and kitchen utensils from Kuhn Rikon.
We will be constantly updating our web site with new products and offers but in the meantime, please call in our shop in Narberth, or pick up the telephone, if you require further assistance.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Mathew never wanted to be anything except a farmer. He spent more time in the local cattle auctions rather than the classroom.
Within 3 years of becoming a first generation farmer Mathew had built up a herd of 150 pedigree Limousin cattle and was farming over 200 acres. This culminated in Mathew being awarded National Young Farmer of the Year.
Meanwhile his sister, Hannah, gained some academic qualifications and pursued a very successful career in retail and corporate banking.
The Welsh Farmhouse Company is based on our rural heritage and our belief in securing a successful future for farmers in the British countryside.
We have a desire to create a retail concept which is based on 21st century real country living and to educate UK consumers about the production of predominantly British product ranges.
We have assembled friends with a multitude of talents (most of them with a history of big corporate experience) and we have come together with a passion and dynamism that has meant that The Welsh Farmhouse feels more often than not like a cooperative.
The Welsh Farmhouse Company
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Photography by Matt Link Photography