Apiary Shop

The honey shed

This is the door into our honey shed, a lovely old stone building that was once the bakery for the farm. It's where we extract the honey, clean the beeswax and make all our candles, polishes, skin creams and soaps.

It's more a 'workshop' rather than a shop. Most of our sales are through various markets and other outlets (see below) and through the product pages of this website, but if you'd like to come and visit please contact us to make an appointment. Please remember that during the Summer months we are very busy - and the bees come first!

To buy on line, visit our product pages below
We can now take credit and debit card payments via Worldpay

Covid-19 Statement

All of our retail outlets have closed temporarily but we expect to be able to maintain production and, so long as delivery services are available, we can still supply online orders. However, we will only be visiting the Post Office once a week so delivery may be a little slower than normal.

Thank you.

 Or you can find us at the markets and outlets listed below as well as at a number of local shows, fairs and events.

Celf Aran Arts

facCelf Aran Arts, Eldon Square, Dolgellau.


Conwy Honey and Seed Fairs

The Honey Fair is on 13th September (or 14th if 13th is a Sunday), the Seed Fair is on 26th March. Both in the streets in the centre of Conwy.

Camlan Garden Centre and Farm Shop

Dinas Mawddwy



Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre

National Beekeeping Centre Wales

National Beekeeping Centre, Furnace Farm, Bodnant, Tal-y-Cafn LL28 5RP


Murrays, Barmouth

Cafe & bar.

Maiden Arts and Interiors