Honey Tastings * Cafe * Open Tues - Sun (& Mon Public Holidays) * Devonshire Teas * Dogs Welcome (outside dining area)
You would bee (sorry) crazy to visit the Swan Valley and not visit The House of Honey. Here you can to taste, eat and smell honey, even put it on your skin. Honey has so many uses in our day to day lives and there is so much that you many not know about bees and honey. After a trip to The House of Honey in the Swan Valley however you will be a full bottle.
The House of Honey has many worker bees within the store ready to answer any questions you may have, to give the kids a run down on how honey is made or to take you through the different flavours of honey available to taste and buy.
Make sure you try these honey bomb lollies they are so delicious! We love the Bee Pops too - perfect for a bee themed birthday party!
A visit to The House of Honey can be educational for kids too. Kids are welcome to ask the worker bees any questions they like, observe the live bee hive and check out the educational displays.
Honey is also well know for it's ability to speed up the healing process. There is a huge range of honey products for the body and skin including moisturisers, ezcema creams, skin balms even toothpaste.
The House of Honey is also home to the Sticky Spoon Cafe. If you fancy staying a while you can enjoy some honey icecream, a sweet treat and a coffee or tea in the indoor or outdoor dining area. They also have quiches and savoury muffins if you fancy a light lunch.
The kids will love having a wander through the garden around the outdoor dining area. Dogs are also welcome to join you in the outdoor dining area.
And on your way out grab a family happy snap to remember your time at The House of Honey in the Swan Valley
More information: www.thehouseofhoney.com.au
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Review by Kids Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 12th May 2016
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