Situated less than 50 yards from the coastal path and surrounded by National Trust farmland, our fantastic new farm shop and cafe offers a wide range of our own produce along with a great variety of Cornish produce, all sourced as locally as possible. We supply everything from home reared award winning beef, lamb and pork to homemade pies and cakes, as well as charcuterie, milk, local cheese, eggs, juice, chutneys, jams and other local products. Both the farm shop and the cafe won Gold in the 2016 Taste of the West Awards and the Cafe won Best South West Cafe/Tea Room 2016.
Jon Thorner's began with one simple idea: to offer good food, locally sourced. Starting in 1976, Jon Thorner's was one of the region's very first farm shops and specialised in providing locally reared meat. In this time the business has grown from a single farm shop, to a franchise of butchery counters, a large range of hand made foods, supplying local produce wholesale and running a cafe. But one thing which has remained consistent throughout the years is the quality of our products and where we source them from. We have always focused on supporting local suppliers; Jon has developed an excellent reputation and is respected for his attitude towards local sourcing. We champion the best Somerset has to offer, all under one roof.
Opened in 2005, The Udder Farm Shop was the brainchild of Jane and Brian Down when they saw a lack of opportunity for buying local produce and few places for the local community to meet. Built from the ground up to their own specifications there is now a restaurant, deli, shop and butchery. All the beef or pork for sale in the farm shop or cooked in the restaurant is raised on Jane and Brian's own farm next door, or bought in from the local village. In fact, all the meats and products are sourced from the local area where feasible whether pork, biscuits, tea or paintings!
Browse through our farm shop packed full of local goodies, pickles, jams, honey, cheeses, fudge, free range eggs and clotted cream from our local dairy. Country wines, Cornish beer and good old Scrumpy! Along with a beautiful display of crafts and gifts.
The inviting Arts Cafe sits indside the Royal Cornwall Museum, and runs into the art shop. Fresh, colourful salads, homemade soup, jacket potatoes, quiches, sandwiches and toasted paninis are all made to order, using local produce where possible. There's a delicious selection of homemade cakes too. Ethically aware Cornish coffee company Origin supply our fresh beans, which are roasted down the road in Helston. We serve loose leaf tea in quirky tea pots, and are fully licenced, with wine by the glass or bottle available, and local beer and cider on offer. Relax on comfy sofas and when the sun's shining, enjoy spending time in the lovely outdoor courtyard.
Bayards Cove Inn is a 14th century boutique hotel in Dartmouth - we are positioned on the historic Bayards Cove where the Mayflower set sail for the Americas in 1621. Highly Commended 2016 Hotel, Gold Restaurant.
Imagine the finest Dorset produce from its luscious fields and bountiful sea served in an historic 13th century setting with professionalism and passion, then you have the Beaminster Brasserie. From beautifully chic Georgian dining roomto alfresco terrace, the restaurant is at the heart of the Bridge House Hotel and Beaminster life.