Most people know that Carmarthenshire is full of timeless landscapes, quirky character and breathtaking scenery. But alongside the sweeping countryside vistas, epic coastlines and charming towns, there is a thriving food and drink scene just waiting to be explored.
If you’re passionate about feasting on delicious food and drink with a traceable provenance, add this delicious corner of the country to the top of your list.
A couple of weeks ago, I spent a couple of days chilling out in the most idyllic location; holed up in an old, crooked (but exceptionally gorgeous) riverside cottage in a tiny village in South West Wales.
Get your diary out before you read this post, you’re gonna want to book a weekend here ASAP!
I recently spent a couple of nights in Hamburg, with my hotel stay and activities arranged courtesy of the Come To Hamburg blogger outreach program. This is where I ate, drank, played and stayed in one of the coolest cities on earth.
A few weeks ago I blogged about the launch of a fab new website, called DiscoverDelicious.Wales. When the founders contacted me to tell me they’d be sponsoring a bar at this year’s Machynlleth Comedy Festival, I jumped at the chance to go along and try some of the award-winning produce available on the website first hand.