Local Information & Wildlife

Jabajak is conveniently located in the heart of west Wales, making it absolutely ideal to pop out after breakfast to any of the Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion attractions, gardens, historical buildings or coastal walks and be back in time for supper, ready to recharge your batteries for the following day.

Jabajak is a real nature lover’s paradise.

Popular frequent flyers over the vineyard are the red kites, especially at teatime.

Regular morning visitors are the herons in the koi pond……not so popular!!!

But there’s plenty of other wild bird species to surprise you.

Our lavender hedge was built specifically to attract bees and benefits from other beautiful guests. This enables your resident honey bees to produce first class honey for you to take home.

We’re very lucky that the trees and hedgerows also are home to squirrels and hedgehogs.

Opposite Jabajak is a community woodland, which is not just home to wildlife but also provides a safe haven for some very rare orchids.

In West Wales you can also appreciate a real collection of beautiful wildlife in their natural habitat……we’re so spoilt.

If you’re really adventurous you can enjoy the countryside, hills and beaches the natural way, by walking or horseback.


St.Davids Day 

 We are delighted to announce a St.davids day event at Jabajak on Tuesday 1st march. Highlights include the Whitland and District Male Voice Choir, Dawnswyr Talog, a children’s welsh themed fancy dress competition and a spectacular fireworks display.