Relatively speaking the Bodnant Welsh Food Centre is a new attraction to the Conwy Valley, but once visited, you would never of known. The Food Centre itself is a foodie heaven, and this slick operation has people flocking from not only the county of Conwy, but from further afield also. Not only can you sample Welsh delicacies in their amazing farm shop, but the dishes in the Restaurant are second to none. The Tea Room has also some great lunchalternatives, or if your just looking for a snack they have it all. But what really does set this attraction apart from others of its kind, is the fact they also have some amazing accommodation that you can stay in. With the close proximity to the National TrustsBodnant Garden, Collectively, this attraction has so much going for it, and is most definitely worth a visit.
Bwyd Cymru Bodnant · Bodnant Welsh Food
Bodnant Welsh Food serves up a tasteful food experience. In an age of mass produced and chemically balanced sameness, Bodnant offers food as it used to be. Dairy items, such as freshlymade ice-cream using milk gathered from cows across the river, hand packed butter, unhomogonised milk and creamy hard cheese are produced in the Bodnant dairy, whilst a selection of artisan breads and traditional cakes are freshly baked daily. Butcher Miles sources many of the best local cattle, sheep and pigs to be enjoyed in N Wales. No traceability issues here! Sausages are made onsite and include pork, apricot and cheese, whilst the beer or whisky flavoured bacon adds a new dimension to breakfast!Allied to the above, more than 70% of shop food items are made in Wales, mostly in North Wales, and the unique Bodnant range of artisan foods are featured on innovative menus served in theFurnace Tearoom and Hayloft Restaurant.Want to learn more? See website for details on fun and interactive cookery experiences for all agescoming up in the cookery school.
Furnace Farm Limited, Bodnant Welsh Food,
Conwy, Gwynedd, LL28 5RP
Telephone: 01492 651932