They say we are what we eat…. Which explains why we’re a happy lot here in North Wales. Our fruit and veg are as fresh as the air, Our meat and dairy as healthy as our grass our herds chew on. Food has rarely tasted this good! But like all good hosts, we like to share. There are just so many great local flavours to tickle the taste buds. Why not come and visit and see for your yourself.
Local produce can be sampled at many of North Wales’ restaurants, of which we have highlighted a small selection of venues with great facilities and coach parking for groups of all sizes so be sure to check our restaurant selection if you want the real taste of North Wales.
List of all the refreshment stops from the Group brochure to appear here
If you are interested in
- Anglesey Sea Salt – halenmon.com
- Aberffraw Biscuits – aberffrawbiscuits.com
- Baravelli’s Chocolate – baravellis.com
- Castell Gwyn Cheese – castellgwyn.com
- Cadealaders Ice Cream – cadwaladers.co.uk
- Edwards of Conwy – edwardsofconwy.co.uk
- Henllan Bread – henllanbread.co.uk
- Jones Crisps – madryn.co.uk/pages/jones-o-gymru
- Llaeth y Llan – villagedairy.co.uk
- Patchwork Pate – patchwork-pate.co.uk
As a region, North Wales has more breweries and vineyard than ever before. The surge is only recent, but welcomed. So what can you expect from a North Wales micro=brewery? Well you can almost certainly expect a representation of North Wales in there. Water in North Wales is pretty unique – and Welsh water is of course a consistent theme with ales and beers. No two ales are every the same, so expect something different, whilst quality is assured in every drop.
Experience a unique guided vineyard tour followed by some wine tasting, or how about a tour of a brewery to try your hand at brewing, this can be done at a number of micro brewery’s. Test your own flavours and pick up a few crates at the end.