Enjoy a fascinating and informative visit to Wales largest working honey farm, where honey and bees wax products of the highest quality are produced and sold.
A fascinating exhibition showing the unique world of the Honeybee all behind glass in complete safety. Special displays let you see bees at work in a variety of natural habitats producing one of nature’s outstanding marvels.
Plus man made hives that open to reveal the mysteries of the bees’ nest.
The audio visual presentation, photographic displays and other exhibits ensure a fascinating and informative time for visitors of all ages. The helpful and knowledgeable staff are on hand answer your questions.
is a purpose built building with an exhibition of the history and production of Mead (honey wine) the oldest alcoholic drink known to man. Mead was the chief alcoholic drink of the Welsh nation from Roman time until at least 1200 AD. and is celebrated in early welsh poetry. All mead can be tasted in the shop. The varieties made at New Quay are indeed worthy of the praise of the Welsh Poets.
Tropical Ant colony is an intriguing exhibition showing how social organisation occurs in insects other than bees and wasps. These ants grow gardens from decaying leaves to feed their young.
Housed on the ground floor of the chapel retains much of its 18th
century character. It is open all day serving quality snacks, light meals,
tea and coffee all at reasonable prices.
You must try the Honey Ice Cream.
There is a picnic area by the stream and duck pond. You can eat your own packed meal or why not buy a picnic from the shop.
The shop sells an extensive range of honey from the farm's hives, beeswax
products, and mead.
The Honey produced is of a very high quality due to the abundance of wild flowers and trees that flourish in this unspoilt part of Wales
Please click on the link to explore the full range of Farm Products on the New Quay Honey Farm web site.
New Quay Honey Farm
Cross Inn, New Quay, Ceredigion, SA44 6NN