Timaru Gardens, Warren Road, Dawlish Warren, EX7 ONG
We are based in Dawlish Warren on the beautiful East Devon coast only half a mile from the beach. We have carefully selected our suppliers with the priorities being locality to our shop, ethical production and most importantly quality and flavour. We try to ensure our produce is organic where possible. We believe in transparency and traceability so visit us to see what we offer, where they are sourced and which awards they have won. For those interested in the world of mushrooms and fungi we offer a vast and unique range of some of the best mushrooms available in the UK. We have over 10 different mushrooms that we stock all year round a lot of which are grown on site in our unique growing rooms. We also offer wild seasonal mushrooms which vary with the time of year and their availability. Both the farm shop and the cafe won Gold in 2016 Taste of the West Awards.
Set beside the River Otter in one of Devon's loveliest valleys and just a mile from East Devon's world heritage Jurassic Coast, Otterton Mill is truly a haven. We celebrate the very best in local foods with our highly acclaimed cafe-restaurant, artisan bakery and Devon food shop; exceptional works of art and West Country crafts in our gallery and craft shop; ancient traditions with on-site milling; artisan skills with our hands-on baking and craft courses; and world-class entertainment with our live music events. All this and more in the idyllic setting of our historic working watermill and beautiful surrounding natural countryside.
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!
Washingpool Farm, North Allington, Bridport, DT6 5HP
Washingpool Farm is situated 3 miles from West Bay, just outside the market town of Bridport on the B3162 heading towards Salway Ash. Established in 1971 the business has grown dramatically to now include an award winning farm shop, restaurant, caravan site and two lovely holiday cottages. All situated on a 80 acre working farm.
Coldharbour Farm Shop sources as much produce as possible from their own farm including free-range pork, bacon, sausages, lamb, chicken and eggs alongs with seasonal fruit and veg. Other produces are sourced as locally as possible and always from the West Country,
Our new online shop has launched, offering local delivery twice a week and contactless collections seven days a week. We're already taking Christmas orders too, with everything from bronze turkeys to thick brandy cream. To browse the shop and place an order, visit www.newtonfarmshop.co.uk. Our cafe is now takeaway only, and using our very own app (search Newton Farm Cafe on your app store) you can order breakfast, lunch and drinks at home for your chosen collection time.
We are a third generation farming family based at Newton St Loe, just ten minutes from the city of Bath. We own and run Newton Farmshop and Café which is in the centre of the beautiful village of Newton St Loe. We produce our own beef, pork and lamb, and always source any other meats required from the local area if possible. As well as selling our meat in our farm shop, we supply our own café and we deliver to families, restaurants, schools, pubs and B&Bs in and around the Bath area. We have our own beef herd roaming the green fields of our Duchy of Cornwall farm. When you visit our shop you can enjoy some of this amazing scenery yourself by walking around the village, or using some of the network of footpaths around Newton St Loe.
Three Bridges, Bradford-on-Tone, Taunton, Somerset, TA4 1ER
Sheppy’s Cider has been at Bradford-on-Tone since the family moved here in 1917, and the name and location have been a fixed point in the lives of local people and holiday makers ever since. Over the years we have welcomed thousands of visitors to our shop, tea room and museum.
Although we focus primarily on perfecting our cider, we know that it’s just as important to make sure that people can visit the very place that we produce the cider from. It helps connects our cider and our traditions to our customers.
We ferment our ciders using the naturally occurring wild yeast from the apples. We then mature some of them in oak vats, many of which have been in the family for almost 100 years. David Sheppy, our Master of Cider, has developed his skills over a lifetime blending dessert apples with cider varieties to give Sheppy's its distinctive, high quality taste.
In recent times we have created brand new production facilities, freeing our lovely old brick buildings for development. In April we opened the doors to Sheppy’s House of Cider- a bigger shop, café, bar, restaurant, and much more. We will also have a venue inside an old cider vat which will play host to one of our many tours.
Hilltop Farm Shop and Cafe offer local Cornish produce, fresh fruit and vegetables, and have a licensed cafe/restaurant on the premises. They also supply Welcome Hampers to self-catering accommodation providers.