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MEET THE GROWER

 

Llanvihangel Crucorney Fruit Farm consists of 40 acres of orchards and soft fruit as well as some vegetable crops grown on a small holding by the side of the A465. It is situated by the village of Llanvihangel Crucorney
The farm has a small farm shop where produce from the holding and other local growers is sold. There is also pick your own when fruit is in season and it is a delight to walk through the orchard and rows of soft fruit and select your own Grown in Wales fruit for eating and cooking.

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MEET THE ENTERPRISE

 

Petals of the Valley Welsh Rosewater really is very special:

•It is made only from natural ingredients; we use our own pure spring water and highly fragrant Rosa Damascena roses grown on our farm.
•This single-estate source of roses and batch production on the farm means that Welsh Rosewater is very exclusive.
•It contains no preservatives.
•The roses are steam distilled once unlike industrially produced rosewater which may have been distilled up to 7 times to extract the maximum amount of rose oil.
•It is batch distilled in a traditional copper still and matured in glass demi-johns.
•It is bottled in exclusive violet glass, which has proven benefits both of preservation and bio-energy. (www.mironglass.com)
•Our roses are grown using organic methods – no pesticides. Companion planting encourages a rich bio-diversity keeping our plants healthy.
•Our ethos is eco and bio-energy friendly.
•Our Welsh Rosewater is believed to be the first rosewater in the UK to be approved as a food ingredient

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MEET THE PLACE TO EAT

This is The Felin Fach Griffin, a dining pub with rooms nestling near the book town of Hay-on-Wye between The Black Mountains and The Brecon Beacons, not far from the market towns of Abergavenny and Crickhowell.

We think many of us want to return, if only momentarily, to a slower pace of life. Everything our team do here is designed to achieve that aim for you.

Time spent in this part of the world will unwind you. Relaxation within the building contrasts with the magnificence of the country that surrounds it.
You will sleep in the most comfortable beds, you will eat simple, but well executed and delicious food. Beers, wine, sherries and fruit juices: all chosen because we love them.

We support our local community, source our produce with sustainability in mind, and set our prices for our regular customers, not the incoming tourists.

We have always loved this part of Wales and over the past twelve years we have come to love this building. We hope you will too.

We are open all year: please do come and visit us and bring along your friends, dogs or children.

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FEATURED PLANT

A native daffodil and now considered a sub-species of N.pseudonarcissus, this is excellent for naturalising.
Found locally and uniquely near Tenby in Dyfed, it is an attractive little golden daffodil and emblem of Wales.
Easy to grow and undemanding it reaches only 20-30cm (8-12) and flowers in March

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FEATURED RECIPE

 Thai Red Curry

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