The Rhug Estate Farm, Corwen, North Wales

Home to one of North Wales’ most exclusive organic farm shops, Rhug Estate produce can be found not only on the plates of the royal guests of Clarence House but also on those of diners at some of London’s most prestigious hotels including the Dorchester Hotel and the Ritz.

Rhug Estate take-away

Situated on the historic A5 coach road between Shrewsbury and North Wales, the Rhug Estate is a top notch pit stop for travellers heading for Snowdon and the Llyn Peninsula. Whether you pop in for a takeaway, to enjoy an organic bison burger in the bistro or to stock up on supplies in the Farm Shop for the journey ahead, it is sure to meet your needs admirably and is well worth any detour.

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  • Shop for local Welsh produce
  • Buy quality meat
  • Eat in the restaurant
  • Pick up a takeaway
  • Taste bison meat

The interior of Rhug Farm Estate Farm Shop

Experience Great Taste in Wales

Established in the 1990s by Lord Newborough, the Estate’s 6,700 acre organic farm is now a world recognised brand.  It’s particularly known for its meat (including bison) and has received numerous Great Taste awards. Voted ‘Best On Farm Restaurant’ in 2013 (FARMA), it was also nominated by The Sunday Times as one of ‘Britain’s 20 Best Farm Shops’.

Eat a Bison Burger

It’s not often you can stop off for an organic Bison Burger but nestled next to the Farm Shop, is the award-winning Bison Grill offering all-day dining where the burgers have been a hit since 2007. You’ll find that Bison meat is sweeter, richer and more tender than beef.

Take Away On The Hoof

A favourite with weekend bikers, walking groups and coach parties is the Rhug Farm’s takeaway ‘On the Hoof’. The menu here reads like that of any traditional roadside café however, we can assure that it’s as far removed from any ‘greasy spoon’ café you may have encountered. Baps are made with matured rump steak and dry cured gammon, while the burgers have organic Aberdeen Angus beef and local lamb. Simply delicious.

 Bison Burgers Takeaway Rhug Estate
 Farma Best Farm Restaurant 2013 award sign for Rhug Estate


Shop For Quality Meat and Welsh Produce

Buy Rhug Pedigree Aberdeen Angus beef, Duroc cross breed pork, salt marsh lamb and premium chickens from the Rhug Farm butcher’s shop. There’s a great cheese selection too including specialities such as Welsh goat’s cheese and the creamy Perl Wen. With charcuterie, roasted meats, pies, quiches, chutneys, jams, chocolate, beer and wine, you can stock up here with everything you need.


  • The Rhug Estate has a number of shooting and fishing tenants and occasional days come up for sale
  • The Estate provides a foraging service. For a minimum order value, they will collect whatever is in season from the fields, hedges and woodlands (order ahead)
  • Londoners can buy Rhug Farm Estate produce at Borough Market

Cook’s Tip

Bison meat is healthy to eat, being low in cholesterol and fat, low in calories and high in protein. Native Americans used to flavour it with wild blueberries.

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Fox terrier, Mr Hendricks, expert on dog friendly days out in North Wales

Please check with The Rhug Farm Estate directly.

Mr Hendricks

How to Find The Rhug Estate 

Bison Grill and Farm Shop, Rhug Estate, A5, Corwen, Denbighshire LL21 0EH, North Wales



The Foodie Travel Guide

The Foodie Travel Guide

Sally is the founder and editor of The Foodie Travel Guide. She travels around the UK and beyond in search of the best foodie days out, tasting experiences and delicious places to stay. She loves a glass of English sparkling wine, afternoon tea with friends and escaping London for gastronomic adventures.