Bodnant Welsh Food Centre
Bodnant Welsh Food Centre
home of passionate producers and fanatical foodies

The Cookery School at Bodnant Welsh Food
The Cookery School
inspiring courses for all abilities

Bodnant Wine Cellar
The Wine Cellar
offering a diverse range of wines, from the vineyards of Wales to as far reaching as Australia

Furnace Farmhouse
luxury 5 star bed and breakfast accommodation with spectacular views across the Conwy Valley

Award Winning Farm Shop
showcasing the finest Welsh foods and drink produced both in-house and from suppliers across Wales

Hayloft Restaurant
rustic food with a modern twist, the best of Bodnant and local Welsh produce

Photography supplied courtesy of Nicolette Wells & Darren Williams
We’d like to propose…
… a spectacular setting with exquisite food and drink for a memorable occasion

What’s On
from festivals and fayres to wine tasting and cookery courses, there’s always something going on at Bodnant Welsh Food Centre

Award Winning
crowned the best retailer in Wales in the Farm Shop & Deli Awards 2015

Steak Friday
Spend £12 or more on Bodnant Welsh black beef steaks and receive a free homemade sauce!

Discover the true taste of Wales at Bodnant Welsh Food Centre

Wales’ growing reputation as a nation of passionate producers and fanatical foodies is nowhere more apparent than at the Bodnant Welsh Food Centre. Set in the heart of the Conwy Valley and surrounded by the stunning scenery of Snowdonia, Bodnant’s multi-award-winning Welsh Food Centre provides a memorable visit, whether it’s for a few hours, a day or even longer stay in the adjoining farmhouse.


Japanese barbecue for beginners

By on April 12, 2015

I come to Japanese food as naked as a new-born. Not literally, as that would be quite dangerous, but without prior experience or preconception. My only stipulation was a palate of easily sourced ingredients and no clichés or well-worn ideas. The barbecue theme evolved from my decision to make teriyaki. This sweet and sour barbecue chicken may be one of the biggest Japanese food clichés out there but I wanted to eat it; possibly the best reason for cooking anything that I know. When so much of life in the kitchen is spent in the pursuit of pleasing others, sometimes the greatest act of love is cooking for yourself. Read more…

A Japanese room with a tradtional tea set

Japanese food – a lesson in reverence

By on April 12, 2015

I asked myself a question. Is it possible to capture the essence of Japanese food without recourse to unusual ingredients? Although accessibility comes in to it, what I really wanted was to get past the usual food suspects and find

mackerel spring onion chive potato salad wilted rocket-3

Pan fried mackerel fillets with chive and spring onion potato salad on wilted rocket

By on April 4, 2015

This simple springtime recipe relies on the vibrancy of natural ingredients to bring a fresh clean flavour to the palate. I was looking for sardines to go with this array of spring ingredients, or perhaps some chunky fresh crab meat,

spring flowering chives

Fresh and light spring flavours

By on April 1, 2015

As we cast off the heavy cloak of winter and tentatively come out of hibernation, we are rewarded with the sights and sounds that tell us the rest of nature is doing just the same. Green shoots, new born animals,


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