Food festivals in Wales

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food festivals in wales

Wales is one of the world’s best places to visit, and that is not just our opinion, Rough Guides listed it as a top country as recently as 2014.

Crammed full of castles, mountain ranges, valleys, rugged coastline, beaches, beautiful countryside, and wonderful towns, people flock here every year to explore the Brecon Beacons and Cambrian Mountains.

With so much to offer the country's food is often overlooked, check out these food festivals in Wales so you don't miss out.

Really Wild Food & Countryside Festival

food festivals in wales

Bishop’s Palace in St Davids hosts thethis award winning food festival. With rows of yellow and blue tents filled with demonstrations, tasters and local producers there is a lot going on here. This festival is really geared up to entertain families and has everything you need for a great day out. Find out more information on the Really Wild Festival website.

Lampeter Food Festival

food festivals in wales

Local chefs entertain the crowds with cookery demonstrations, local popular musicians delight people with an eclectic range of tunes. There will be a large range of local producers presenting their offerings to taste and purchase. You can also book in for a 3 course festival feast. Visit the Lampeter Food Festival website for more information.

Cardigan River and Food Festival

food festivals in wales

Cardigan River and Food Festival will fill the streets of this lovely town in the centre of Wales. The festival makes the most of the town’s location next to estuary of the River Teifi with events happening on land and water. Showcasing local produce of rare breeds of meat, award winning cheeses and lots more, there is plenty to thrill your taste buds with.

Take a look at our range of beautiful cottages in Wales to relax in after an indulgent day of sampling the country's wares.



Posted by Emma on 28th April 2017