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The Garlic Farm

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Mersley Farm Mersley Lane | Isle of Wight, Newchurch, Sandown PO36 0NR, England
+44 1983 865378
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Excellent Educational Farm

An excellent way to bring Garlic and it's uses to the fore. Everything about the farm is set for... read more

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SussexMatt
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East Sussex
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This establishment is educational and lovely if the sun is shining as you are able to visit some of... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Msjanie15
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Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
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The Garlic Farm is all about garlic...We've been growing garlic on the Isle of Wight for over 30 years now and are the UK's largest specialist garlic grower. We are proud of our exceptional quality garlic which is renowned for its flavour, keeping quality and beauty.We also travel the world to find the best quality garlic varieties to offer our customers. We sell our garlic through our farm shop, farmers' markets, our website and through specialist food retailers across the UK including farm shops and delicatessens. We welcome visitors to our farm shop and cafe on the Isle of Wight.
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  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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Mersley Farm Mersley Lane | Isle of Wight, Newchurch, Sandown PO36 0NR, England
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+44 1983 865378
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Reviewed today

An excellent way to bring Garlic and it's uses to the fore. Everything about the farm is set for tourism however if i were to have an criticism it would have to be the prices.

Thank SussexMatt
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This establishment is educational and lovely if the sun is shining as you are able to visit some of the products in various stages of growth. Finished products are very tasty although a little more expensive then expected. There is a cafe and shop to...More

Thank Msjanie15
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I took my baby and toddler on the farm walk in the double buggy. Don't do that it was silly. There are some nice cows and horses to see on the walk but it is not super exciting for little ones. There is a play...More

Thank Carolion1
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

You must go here! Although there are some things for kids it's mostly for adult foodies. The layout is fantastic, great design, lots of information, loads of different areas, different shops and restaurants etc. All extremely high quality.

Thank Spike R
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The garlic farm was lovely. We took our 2yr old daughter and it was just the right amount of time for her. The location is beautiful and the little coffee shop was great too. We took the tractor ride for a couple of pounds and...More

Thank DaisyCyril1983
Reviewed 5 days ago

Food is pleasant but the menu is quite limited and probably not suitable for the less adventurous child.

Thank sue h
Reviewed 5 days ago

I am not a avid garlic fan, but it was very interesting to learn the history of how it came to England.. I thought the prices of some gifts was way over what they should be but it is for tourists..

Thank Sue L
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We ordered soup (butternut squash) which was rich and velvety with portion of cheesy garlic bread; maybe more cheese needed. Perhaps a tad overpriced but nice nonetheless and good came quickly after ordering despite being quite busy. The shop, as others have said, perhaps on...More

Thank JoEd2005
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I've been here several times in the last few years when holidaying in the IOW, little bit over priced, but I love trying the jams, chutneys and sauces,And always end up spending a few £££, if you like garlic, go and see what it's all...More

Thank Gary W
Reviewed 6 days ago

We travelled as a group and were given a very informative and entertaining tour of the farm with Colin Boswell, the chairman of the company. He described the origins of the farm, going right back to pre-history through Roman and medieval settlements. We then had...More

Thank Pinkertonx
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August 19, 2015|
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Response from garlicfarmer-iow | Property representative |
Gaze out at the spectacular views of the eastern side of the Solent on our amazing open top bus. The Downs Breezer runs from 23rd May to 31st August 2015 and provides a glimpse of the delights of the Island from the scenic... More
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Joanne H
August 18, 2015|
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Response from TheGarlicFarm | Property representative |
Hi Joanne, yes dogs are welcome in the grounds and in the Allium Café but not in the shop and restaurant. We strongly encourage leads as we have chickens, peacocks and red squirrels roaming freely. Hope to see you soon, Hugo
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