Five stops for local food on the North Wales Way

From fresh meat and cheese to chutney and rock salt, North Wales is famous for producing a wide array of tempting food. Taste the very best local produce with this foodie tour of the North Wales Way. 

Halen Môn Sea Salt, Anglesey

A tub of sea salt on a bed of seaweed and shells

Halen Môn Sea Salt, Anglesey
Made purely from the wild waters of Anglesey, Halen Môn Sea Salt produces outstandingly delicious seasoning in an area of outstanding natural beauty. In the on-site visitor centre and shop, you can purchase a taste of the region for yourself. Discover freshly collected salt, spice mixes and more local delicacies.

Bodnant Food Centre, Conwy

Bodnant Welsh Food Centre is under new management and temporarily closed.

Hooton's Homegrown, Anglesey

On a vast patch of green land in Anglesey's Llanfairpwll, the Hooton family farm works every day to produce fruit, vegetables, livestock and freshly prepared meals for consumption on site and in its farm shops. With the animals reared on site also being butchered and prepared for sale there too, you couldn't get a much fresher cut of meat!

Rhug Estate, Corwen

Rhug Estate cafe

Rhug Estate, Corwen by Rhug Estate
In the town of Corwen, the Rhug Estate is a landmark. Over the last decade it has won multiple awards for its produce and also its chefs at The Bison Grill, an on-site bistro recognised by Michelin. The shop is stocked with organic meats, cheese and pantry ingredients, and is a great place to browse after walking around the farm or attending one of the on-site outdoor events.

Hawarden Farm Shop, Hawarden

As a working farm, there is always seasonal produce available to admire, taste and buy here. You can even pick your own fruit during summer and autumn. The shop sells local meat including rare breed pork and game, while the deli area has an amazing selection of condiments, handmade pies, salads and pastries.