Wales has long been known for the quality of its produce; from salt marsh lamb to fish and shellfish to cheese and other dairy products.
The little town of Narberth in Pembrokeshire has award winning butchers, greengrocers, delis and numerous cafes and restaurants serving not only local fare but cuisines from around the world – from Spain to the Middle East. Narberth is also twinned with Ludlow, also known for its foodie reputation.
Each September crowds from all over the UK, and indeed the world, flock to Narberth’s annual Food Festival. This year the Festival takes place on 22nd & 23rd September and will be jam packed with stalls selling delicious produce and food related products plus demonstrations by local and celebrity chefs.
Local residents are quite rightly proud of the lovely town of Narberth which is full of wonderful, small, independent shops and bucks the trend with its thriving high street.
A winner of the gold award for Best Event in the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards (twice), Narberth Food Festival promises a weekend of food and fun, in an around a magnificent marquee.
If you wish to visit the Narberth Food Festival and would like to stay in a luxurious but informal, relaxed B&B where you get the feeling you are staying with friends in the country, do come and stay at Pembrokeshire Farm B&B at Caermaenau Fawr. Call us on 01834 860338, email us at or take a look at our website at http://www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk