Gareth Baker inspecting ones of his hives
Gareth Baker inspecting ones of his hives

About

Our Bees are seasonally sited along the Welsh border following the River Wye almost a hundred miles from it's source on the Heather Moors above the Elan Valley to the Sea at Chepstow. The varied environments range from broadleaf woodland in the south through huge orchards and fields of white clover to the beautifull purple heather moors in the north. This varied forage produces honey ranging from almost clear to extremely dark with varying flavours and textures.

We harvest our honey throughout the season and seperate the different types for bottling through out the year. The volume and type varies and can be as much as 20 tons. We complement our own honey with with varieties of other honey that are all chosen for their provenance and quality.

Available from: all year

Map & Directions

Wye Valley Apiaries

Type:Local Food & Drink Producer

Mill House, Upper Redbrook, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, NP25 4LL
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Tel01600 714323

Tel07713 577739

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* Traditionally we sell through regional shops and outlets
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