Narberth Food Festival 2016

Narberth Food Festival 2016

Fine weather and quiet beaches often make September the perfect time to visit. If you’re planning a trip later in the month then it’s a great chance to catch the annual Narberth Food Festival. This year the festival takes place on the 24th and 25th of September. A bustling and vibrant event offering an inexhaustible array of flavours and tastes, the Narberth Food Festival is always well received by locals and travellers alike. An array of delicious foods from local suppliers or further afield. The Majority of food stalls are businesses from Wales making it a true celebration of fantastic Welsh produce. It’s variety and wealth of traders that now attend ensure there will be something there for every palate. Cookery demonstrations from top chefs, bakers and food experts are on both days for visitors to get involved with. A raffle with fantastic prizes is held on Sunday, tickets are available from the information desk. If you’re thinking about bringing the whole family there’s plenty to do. Entertainment and activities for children run throughout the day and are free with festival entry. A licensed bar and music from local bands make the festival a fun and friendly place to hang out as the day goes on. The food festival is great value for money with tickets for the weekend priced at just £5 for adults or free for under 18s. Find out more...
The Pembrokeshire Plate

The Pembrokeshire Plate

Pembrokeshire is a great place to be in the summertime. With ample countryside and a beautiful coastline we have a wealth of choice for fresh produce, meats and seafood. We’ve put together some of our top picks for where you can find the best local produce. So, whether you’re bbqing on site or dining down at the beach you can get a real taste of Pembrokeshire. Cafe Môr Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company’s trailer is situated down at Freshwater West beach from April through to October. Enjoy the breathtaking views as you tuck in to one of their delicious lobster or crab rolls. Everything is served in a delicious crusty roll and slathered in welsh black seaweed butter. This is food not to be eaten delicately. It deserves to be whole heartedly gorged. Seaweed connoisseurs, Beach Food know their stuff when it comes to seasoning. Pick up and take home some of their deli products. Welshman’s caviar and Mermaid confetti are available to buy along with their moreish Ship’s Biscuits. Photo from Pembrokeshire Beach Food Slow Pig Broad Haven beach is always popular over the summer months and now there’s even more reason to visit with Slow Pig taking residency there until October. The chorizo, salami and delicious nduja they use is made from pigs reared on their own farm in Pembrokeshire. A refreshing and colourful choice of salads using fresh vegetables and fruits are also available along with ice-creams. Keep an eye out on their Facebook page as they often have mouth-watering specials on both savoury foods and ice-creams. Slow Pig are also available for wedding and event catering...
Local amenities for food and drink

Local amenities for food and drink

Claws Fish Shop and The Farm House Bakery in Johnston. If you are planning on making the most of the Camp and having meals around the camp fire. Stock up at Claws for freshly caught fish and the Farm House Bakery for your essentials, local milk and freshly baked bread as well as local bacon, eggs and sausages. Johnston Business Park (SA62 3PL) is just a 20-30 cycle along the Brunel Cycle route from the Cwtch Camp. Haverfordwest Farmers Market is held every Friday in the centre of town on the riverside and again you can follow the Brunel cycle rout from Cwtch Camp into Haverfordwest. We can arrange food hampers so they are waiting for you on arrival. We use only local suppliers and producers and can put together a basic BBQ and breakfast hamper or something special freshly caught fish for the BBQ and champagne chilled in a ice bucket. On Wednesday and Friday evenings you can have stone baked pizza delivered to site from the Cookhouse, Llangwm – 01437 899880. If you are a large group (10 +) hiring the entire site, we can arrange on site catering. Outdoor pizza oven, Posh BBQ, vintage style afternoon tea or guided foraging walk with foraged meal. Here are a few links for local food suppliers. www.clawsshellfish.com www.gate2platefarmshop.co.uk www.nashfarmshop.co.uk www.wisebuys-wales.co.uk  ...
Local Food and Drink

Local Food and Drink

The closest Restaurant to the Cwtch Camp is The Bar at Neyland Marina it is also one of the nicest places to eat and one of my favourites in Pembrokeshire. With a great view over the Marina and Estuary beyond. It serves a choice of locally caught seafood, welsh beef steaks and vegetarian choices. Its just a 20 minute walk or 10 minute cycle from the Cwtch Camp. The Bar is open Tuesday – Sunday for evening meals Tel: 01646 602550 www.thebar-restaurant.co.uk Other recommended near by eateries include… The Swan Inn, Little Haven. Tel: 01437 781880 www.theswanlittlehavenco.uk The Stackpole Inn. Tel: 01646 672324 www.stackpoleinn.co.uk The Georges, Haverfordwest. Tel: 01437 766683 The Druidstone Hotel. Tel: 01437 781221...