About Great Wedlock Farm & Deer Park Tenby
Experience an unforgettable family day out set in over 175 acres of beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. Our Red, White and Fallow Deer are able to freely road the organic grassland without being restricted too enclosed areas and eat only organic food.
This means that the animals choose when to be seen and when to hide away with their young. We can’t guarantee what you’ll see each time you visit Great Wedlock Farm & Deer Park, but you can be sure its in the most natural environment we can create for it.
All our Safari experiences can be booked from the shop once inside the Farm from 10am. They head out into the Park at specific times 11am, 1pm and 3pm. Our safaris have a limited number of places, so please book early to avoid disappointment. ( All buggy drivers must be over 25 and hold a full value UK car licence).
Starting from just £60 per family of four, you can rent your own self-drive electric buggy. Prices for 2 persons – £40, 3 persons £50. Using a special intercom system, our expert guide in the lead vehicle will explain all about the Park and Deer. You will come into close contact with our Wild Deer in their natural habitat.
For guests with a wheelchair, we have an easy access wheelchair trailer that is towed behind a buggy driven by one of our expert guides.
We have a 2 mile (approx) country walk around the perimeter of the Deer Park. On this walk you will encounter some amazing scenery with gorgeous views of Pembrokeshire. Enjoy our outdoor are at the start of the walk which includes seating, a playground and outside gym equipment for both adults and children.
Our nature walk is quite steep in some places. Unfortunately this means it’s not suitable for the very young or elderly, and is not accessible for wheelchairs or buggies.
Our Deer Terrace is wheelchair/buggy accessible, has outdoor seating and offers views over the Deer Park.
The Deer Terrace faces due south, so don’t forget your sunglasses and sun cream!
Perfect for wet days, enjoy our 18m2 indoor cinema filled with comfy bean bag armchairs. Films shown throughout the day for children of all ages.
Small indoor play area for younger children with seating for adults.
Interactive play and learn stations.
Pedal Tractors with an indoor straw track.
Bambi’s Coffee Shop
For all of your refreshments needs. Freshly prepared rustic rolls. Delicious cakes (also vegan options available) served daily with the best coffee topped off with a Deer cocoa dusting.
Deer Barn Gift Shop
You can book the Safari here at the shop. A fully stocked shop full of cuddly’s, mugs, toys, magnets, lots of lovely choices that make great gifts.
Please be aware, unfortunately dogs are not allowed inside the Park. This is for the interest of the wellbeing of the deer and their young. Guide Dogs are permitted inside the Farm and Park but not inside the Deer Park itself.
There is an area that you can walk your dog and they can have water around the side of our car park.
Our Car Park has disable parking and EV Charging points.
Open from March to December.
Open Daily 10 – 4pm – 7 days a week.
Adult – £5.00 (Age 16+)
Child – £4.00 (Age 3-15)
Toddler – £3.00 (Age 2-3)
Child under 2 – Free
Family of 4 – £15.00 (2 Adults & 2 Children or 1 Adult & 3 Children)
Senior – Free (Age 60+)
Disabled – Free
Carer – £4.00
- Baby Changing
- Childrens meals
- Disabled Access
- Disabled Toilet
- Free Admission
- Groups welcome
- Parking (free)
- Wet Weather attraction
We have created a new junction on the B4318 to the Park. Follow the road straight into the Car Park …… plenty of spaces.
From Tenby (5 Minutes)
From central Tenby, you just need to head west on Heywood Lane (B4318). Stay on this road for around 2 miles and you will see the Deer Park signposted on the left.
From Haverfordwest (30 minutes)
At Scotchwell roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Narberth Road (A40) until the Canaston Bridge roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A4075. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on A4075 for 7 miles. Ahh the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A477, continue on for 0.8 miles and at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto B4318. Continue for 2.5 miles and you will see the Deer Park signposted on the right.