Bodnant Welsh Food (Bodnant Welsh Food is under new ownership and is temporarily closed)
Experience Welsh food at this food centre located at Furnace Farm on the Bodnant Estate, north Wales. It has a wonderful range of stone farm buildings dating from the 18th century and the buildings have come back to life as a home for the best in local and Welsh food. There’s a farm shop selling predominantly Welsh produce, a tea-room and restaurant serving mainly Welsh food, a cookery school and it's also home for the new National Beekeeping Centre for Wales. Visitors can combine a visit to the famous Bodnant Garden.
Carmarthenshire Cake Adventure
Cookies and cake car tour and a 50 mile cycle tour of Carmarthenshire’s sweet hot spots. You can choose to do the whole adventure in one day or just choose your favourite bits.
Carmarthenshire Food Trails
The three mapped trails are aimed at all visitors - from self-caterers and campers keen to avoid the big supermarkets, hungry travellers who fancy tasting their way around the country and those who want to understand the agricultural landscape, have out of the ordinary food experiences and meet the locals! Each trail directs visitors to proper local food experiences - farm shops, markets, butchers, pie shops, pubs, fish and chips and authentic dining.
Cwlydian Range Food Trail
An exciting new way to discover the gastronomic delights of the scenic Clwydian Range, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The trail will take you through some of the most spectacular views in the Clwydian Range from Loggerheads through the picturesque market towns of Ruthi, Denbigh and beyond.
Fishing and Foraging Wales
Guided lure angling for bass and other species or search for shellfish and seaweed or fungi and edible plants.
The treasures that you will find in Pembrokeshire and the Gower paired with local ingredients are then prepared or cooked to a very high standard over open flames during the spring, summer and autumn.
Food Adventure offers inspirational food tours offering backstage passes to some of Wales’ finest restaurants and food and drink producers. Have a hands on class with an award winning artisan food producer, many of whom don’t open their doors to the public for anyone other than Food Adventure.
Loving Welsh Food
Loving Welsh Food offer a variety of food and drink tours, safaris , cooking workshops and presentations for individuals and groups. Personalised tours can also be arranged.
The Cardiff tasting tour which runs every Friday takes you around the capital city calling into specialist food producers and retailers. It’s also a good way to get to know the city. All tours can be offered in Welsh, French, Italian, Spanish and German on request.
Taste Trail Ceredigion
The county of Ceredigion has some of our best farming country backed by a cracking coastline. This foodie journey takes in flour mills, organic vegetable producers, chocolatiers, cheese-makers, foragers, crab fishers and a brewery.
Wild About Pembrokeshire
Choose a course to learn about wild produce, and the lanes, green byways and coastline around the historic Cathedral City of St Davids. No walk or course is the same because of the different ingredients each season offers. There will be lots of fun experimenting with different flavours and discovering all sorts of weird bits of information whilst enjoying Pembrokeshire's glorious scenery.