Food & drink in Pembrokeshire, Wales
Over many years, Pembrokeshire farmers and fishermen have built a fantastic reputation in Wales and across the UK for their high-quality produce. Working together with a new wave of independent growers, vineyards, bakers, brewers, foragers, artisans & innovative chefs, Pembrokeshire’s mouthwatering food and drink scene is a must visit for any foodie.
And this has been recognised by the many food industry awards including the prestigious Great Taste Food and Drink awards – the ‘Oscars’ of the food and drink industry.
When visiting Pembrokeshire’s restaurants, cafes, pubs and shops look out for The Pembrokeshire Produce Mark. It’s an instantly recognisable logo, which shows that the product you are buying or food you’re eating has been made or grown in Pembrokeshire.
If you’re looking for the freshest ingredients visit one of the farmer’s markets across Pembrokeshire where you can chat with the growers or makers. It’s a great place to find out more about the produce and to pick up cooking tips. While exploring along quiet lanes you can also find pop up farm gate stalls selling their surplus during the growing season.
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Unearthed Festival near St Davids celebrates the expansion of consciousness from the material to the ethereal through music, debate and discussion, workshops, talks, dance, comedy, vegetarian food and drink. Areas include multiple music tents, kids and teenagers tents, healing area, sauna, cinema and more.
Ritec Valley Quad Bikes
Ritec Valley is the premier quad bike hire operation in South Wales. Now in our 22nd year, we offer all ages and abilities the best in off road quad action.
Temple Bar Inn
Temple Bar is a family-friendly inn is located in Amroth, a pretty village on the southernmost tip of Pembrokeshire.
Cuddfan Feasts, was born out of our love for nature & great food. We’re based in the heart of Pembrokeshire, in our woodland tipi, hosting delicious dining events under the trees as well as private events and corporate bookings. CUDDFAN. noun. meaning ‘Hideaway’ pronounced (Cuth-van)
HARBWR Tenby Harbour Brewery
HARBWR is a Craft Brewery and Taproom, brewing a range of core ales just above the historic and beautiful Tenby Harbour.
Pembrokeshire Alpaca Trekking
Pembrokeshire Alpaca trekking offers the opportunity for you to meet the Alpacas, walk approximately one mile with them with a halter, feed them in their natural habitat and interact with them.
Tuk Tuk Time
Toot toot! Fasten your seatbelts, because the best way to experience the Pembrokeshire coastline is here
Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
There’s so much fun to be had at Folly Farm; from the farmyard friends in the Jolly Barn, to Wales’ only giraffes in the spectacular zoo.
Great for Families
Dyfed Shire Horse Farm
A fun day out for all the family. Shire horses, sheep, pigs, donkeys & llamas. Daily timetable of activities including, horse cart rides, tractor trailer tour & horse harnessing demonstrations.
Y Stiwdio is an Arts and Sustainability hub in Hermon. We run a variety of events in our beautiful timber frame build that utilises sustainable building techniques. We exhibit local artists so pop in for a look around or see our website for the fabulous workshops we have to offer.
Tudor Merchant's House
Time travel to Tudor Tenby and discover what life was like at a 15th century merchant’s house.
Just 5 miles south of Pembroke, Stackpole is a unique combination of natural and man-made landscapes.