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Bodnant Welsh Food

Winner of the Rising Star Award!

Bodnant Welsh Food are proud to announce that we have been awarded with the ‘Rising Star Award’ from the national FARMA awards!

Bodnant Foods receive the Rising star award at the National FARMA awards ceremony. Pictured is  Managing Director Chris Morton and General Manager Gwyndaf Pritchard with the Rising Star award.

Chris Morton, Managing Director and Gwyndaf Pritchard, General Manager.

Bodnant Welsh Food Centre is located at Furnace Farm, in the stunning surroundings of the Conwy Valley.  Originally built in the 18th century,  the buildings have been lovingly restored to provide an excellent venue for our farm shop, tea room, restaurant, cookery school and farmhouse accommodation.

View from across river - compressed for web

At Bodnant Welsh Food Centre we are passionate about traditional Welsh food, and take every opportunity to bring you the delicious produce available both from our own estate and also from our carefully selected local producers.

Our beautiful and relaxed Hayloft restaurant has a seasonally designed menu to showcase the amazing produce available on our very own doorstep. Our chef hand-picks the ingredients to bring you an authentic “taste of Wales” that you will want to return for!

You can also sample our fresh produce in our Tea rooms, whether you are looking for a light lunch, or a relaxing coffee and home-made slice of cake. Why not even sample the Ice Cream made here in our dairy.

Our Baker bakes the bread used in the restaurant, tea rooms and farm shop in our own bakery and his range of artisan breads is vast, and imaginative, but most of all very very tasty!

Everything you can taste at Bodnant is available to purchase from our Farm Shop, so you can take your dining experience home with you. Our farm shop is full of delicious seasonal vegetables, fruit, fresh fish and meat. There are also the staple items too, and some little treats, not to mention our extensive local drinks. You really will be spoilt for choice.

Our friendly and welcoming team at Bodnant are on hand to ensure your visit is welcoming, if you have any questions about the food we sell, just ask, we love boasting about our fantastic high quality foods!

If you’re inspired by what you see and taste then you can beef up your own culinary skills with a course in our state-of-the-art Bodnant Cookery School or even make a holiday of it by staying in our luxurious Farmhouse accommodation.

In our courtyard you will find the National Beekeeping Centre of Wales, selling local honey and also honey based beauty products, the team here are happy to share with you the importance of Bees and the shop itself is full of information regarding our little friends.

We have so much to offer here at Bodnant Welsh Food Center, from the farm shop, tea room, restaurant and cookery school to the Pochin room which perfect for weddings and functions.

We look forward to welcoming you to Bodnant Welsh Food Centre!


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