This Bank Holiday weekend sees the return, after a year’s absence, of the much loved “Really Wild Food & Countryside Festival” in St Davids.
Having outgrown its previous home in St Davids Bishop’s Palace, this year’s event will take place on the 250 acre National Trust farm at Pwll Caerog, four miles from St Davids.
The festival runs from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, 23rd & Sunday, 24th May plus there’s live music on Saturday evening featuring ska band ‘Tattsyrup’ for a wild evening for all the family.
There will be around 80 stalls selling wild food, wild drinks and wild crafts whilst in the kitchen four chefs will demonstrate their skills and produce delicious meals for people to taste – everything from fresh fish to crunchy crickets!
There will also be guided walks, foraging and wild adventures at the festival along with pig races, a climbing wall, beach adventures, clay shooting and archery. For those with plenty of energy to expend there will be a ’10k Mud Run’ on Saturday. The route winds across 3 farms and is an obstacle course involving lots and lots of mud and laughter!
If you are coming to Pembrokeshire and are looking for a beautiful, informal B & B where you can relax and enjoy a cup of tea and home made cakes in the garden (or in front of a roaring fire ) or wander around the fields and talk to the donkeys, then do give Rayner and Carol a call on 01834 860338, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our website at www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk. We like our guests to feel as though they are staying with friends in the country rather than at a formal B&B. We are also listed in Sawday’s Special Places to Stay.