Carrog is a beef and dairy farm selling milk to the local creamery at Chwilog.
Carrog, which means `stream’ or `torrent’ is in a quiet but central location on the peninsula. Its’ elevated position means spectacular and uninterrupted views over fields, farms and sea. On a clear day you can see Ireland in the distance and large shipping tankers on the blue horizon.
In 2008 we decided to convert the traditional farm buildings into quality self-catering accommodation at this tranquil location. The buildings were successfully converted into three holiday cottages ideal for families wishing to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
A holy well called Ffynnon Lleuddad is located in the fields of Carrog and was once a popular stop for pilgrims on their way to Bardsey Island. People believed its’ waters would heal any ailment on man or beast.