Its our favourite time of the year! New season stock arriving every day.
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 staples from brands with real heritage such as Barbour, Dubarry and Ilse Jacobsen.
Barbour have created a collection for coast and country with a pop of colour for the new season. Staples such as the Barbour Beadnell Wax Jacket mixed with down quilts and layered cotton knits and casual tops.
Dubarry are renowned for their luxurious range of Goretex lined boots for town and country. Their heritage has enabled them to create a luxury range of tweed and outerwear.
We’ve only recently started working with Ilse Jacobsen from Denmark who creates a range of outerwear for all weathers which is stylish and fit for purpose.
Our customers love the Scandinavian approach to design so we’re widening our offering with a range of ladies knitwear from Sibinlinnebjerg. Classic merino, wool and cashmere blends in contemporary styles for every day wear.
We’re always on the look out for new things to share with you. We’re very excited that we’re stocking luxury lambswool scarves from Scotland. The designers work with Scottish family businesses with an emphasis on classic craftmanship and modern design.
We’ll also have some key classic cotton and cashmere pieces from Cove Cashmere. A simple and elegant piece to give your work wardrobe a new luxury feel or for that weekend supper with friends.
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.
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
26 High Street