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Llanwrtyd Wells – Tennerfest Offer

16 Sep

I had some details sent through to me today about Tennerfest and thought it might well be of interest to you. I have a soft spot for Llanwrtyd Wells, but still sad that their super food festival bit the dust. Held in April, it gave producers a gentle nudge into the food festival season and was one of the friendliest festivals on the circuit, a brilliant atmosphere.

Anyway Llanwrtyd have now come up with a great idea to boost trade and do some promotion for the area at the same time. They’re running Tennerfest. It takes place 18th -24th September with suggestions for outdoor activities, craft workshops, places to eat, places to stay and a farmers market in the week long Tenner Festival for Taste Llanwrtyd.

There are lots of great deals @ a£10. T&C’s may apply and of course always subject to availability. But let me give you a couple of examples. The Drovers Rest, a long-term supporter of Welsh Country magazine, and owned and run by top Welsh chef Peter James. The Drovers is part of Tennerfest and are offering two course lunches for £10 on the 19th, 20th & 21st and the only extra is that you must buy a drink which is not included. Booking is essential and please don’t hang around on this one as Peter and his team do a great, great job. Cammarch Hotel are another supporter of Welsh Country and their deal is chicken or a vegetable curry, plus dessert for £10, a super and friendly hotel, this another offer worth taking up and is available on 18th, 19th 23rd and 24th  but I’d book first to make sure.

I really like this idea and if the organisers have got their publicity and marketing right it could really be a winner for all involved, the town and the surrounding area. Well done guys for doing something innovative for yourselves and pushing Welsh food .

 
 

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  1. Andy

    September 17, 2013 at 9:05 pm

    I’ve just had an 8oz. British Sirloin – hung for 35 days with chips, flat mushroom, peas, tomato and a pint of Guinness for £7.25 all in. It was delicious and service was spot on. It was a chain pub. Bugger !!!.