The possibilities for things to do on staycations in Wales are endless. With so many places to see and so many things to do in Wales, it can be difficult to know where to begin. So here we are with our handy guide of the best things to do and see in West Wales, for those who are planning a staycation to this scenic region of the country.
Things to do for the gin lover in West Wales
How about a gin making experience for two people in a stunning Welsh gin distillery? Become the distiller and create your very own bottle of Welsh gin to take home with you at In The Welsh Wind gin distillery – a delicious reminder of your West Wales staycation! This amazing experience day simply had to feature in our run down of the best things to do in West Wales, and would be the perfect activity for a gin lover.
Best activity for the adventurer in West Wales
If you’re looking for something unique to do in West Wales, then we’ve got just the thing for you! Our fabulous producers, Gwenyn Gruffydd, offer an introduction to beekeeping course on their rural farm in Carmarthenshire – the perfect activity for the adventurer looking for a new challenge. Learn the art of beekeeping under the expert guidance of husband and wife team, Gruffydd and Angharad, and leave your West Wales staycation with a brand new skill and memories that will last a lifetime!
Things to do for the chocolate lover in West Wales
If, like us, you’re a chocolate lover, then you need to visit our fabulous producer, award-winning chocolatier Sarah Bunton in her delightful little log cabin in the picturesque village of Devil’s Bridge, West Wales. Here, Sarah handcrafts her delicious range and you might even be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of her working her magic through the viewing glass! Sample her indulgent handmade truffles, or stock up on some delicious chocolate gifts to take home with you – before exploring the famous waterfalls of Devil’s Bridge. One of our favourite things to do in West Wales.
Best activity for the foodie in West Wales
If you’re staying near the coastal resort of New Quay in West Wales, then you must pay a visit to our lovely producers, Afon Mel, or New Quay honey farm as they’re known locally. Learn how their award-winning produce is made and sample some of their delicious honeys, meads and more whilst soaking in the stunning views across the Cardigan Bay coastline. And whilst you’re in New Quay, why not call in to see the lovely ladies at Welsh Sisters gin who own a quaint little gift shop in the stunning seaside town and pick up a bottle of your favourite award-winning gin as a reminder of your lovely West Wales staycation?
What are your favourite things to do and see in West Wales?
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