This year’s Festival is again located at Weobley Castle Farm Llanrhidian, Gower, SA3 1HB, which is a fully working commercial farm run by the Pritchard family. The farm site incorporates a medieval castle which will form a fantastic backdrop to the Festival. The site is a mile and a half from the village of Llanrhidian and will be signposted from the B4271/B4295 junction.
The Castle itself will be open to visitors but is not an integral part of the Folk Festival and festival goers who visit the Castle do so at their own risk.
Our catering will again be provided by our partners The Rake & Riddle. The welcoming and friendly staff will be serving a selection of real ales from its very own award winning Gower Brewery including the famous Gower Gold as well as a well stocked bar. There will be hot food available all day starting Friday evening, including two festival specials on Saturday and Sunday evenings. The food is home cooked and locally sourced whenever possible. Don’t forget to try the Gower salt marsh lamb for which Weobley Castle Farm is famous!
Ample free car parking is available very close to the festival site.
We have always welcomed dogs to our festival and do so again this year. However, as the festival site is located on a working farm we have to insist that all dogs are kept on a lead at all times to protect nearby farm animals.
Visitors with disabilities
We welcome visitors with disabilities, but please note this is a farm site with some rough ground and steep slopes. We encourage you to contact us in advance to discuss your requirements so we can ensure you have a safe and happy festival.