by Coast and Country Holidays
Food & Drink
Wales has plenty of unique dishes, many of which span centuries. From the simple yet hearty cawl to the buttery goodness of a traditional Welsh cake, there are so many Welsh recipes worth having a go at.
If you’re planning on visiting Wales, be sure to try some of the local delicacies during your stay. You’ll find that many cafes and restaurants across the county will proudly serve up traditional Welsh food, from gooey Welsh Rarebit to warm slices of Bara Brith (fruit bread). Or, you could always have a go yourself!
Thinking about trying your hand at some Welsh cuisine? We’ve put together our top three recipes including cawl, leek and potato soup, and delicious Welsh cakes…
Pronounced ‘Cow-l’ is probably our most famous of dishes. This is a broth that has been consumed for aeons and you will find it on offer in many restaurants and cafes around Wales.
Another favourite amongst Welsh households.
The best cakes in the world – but then we are biased!
Tyddyn Bach is a charming three-bedroom cottage in Newport, bursting with traditional character. We love the spacious kitchen with its farmhouse-style dining table – perfect for gathering everyone up at breakfast, lunch and dinner!
Carnau Bach is a lovely two-bedroom farmhouse, less than seven miles from the popular town of Llandrindod Wells. The amazing AGA range cooker in the kitchen lets you cook up delicious meals during the winter months.
Hafan Fach is a contemporary four-bedroom home in Newport, sleeping up to eight guests. The well-equipped and stylish kitchen has everything a budding chef needs to cook up a storm – just look at those gorgeous granite worktops!
Discover the best of Welsh cuisine from one of our lovely cottages in West Wales. From spacious family homes to cosy cabins for two, the perfect cottage is awaiting your arrival.
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