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This was an amazing local farm shop that meets many needs. Bought some fantastic beef to take home at the end of our holiday in the area and also stocked up on spices. We had bought some bread and cheese earlier and wish we had...More
We were a group from Denmead on a visit to see the national collection of buddlejas. We had pre ordered an excellent ploughman’s lunch with cheese ham chicken and pork pie served with apple grapes medjoul dates, pickles and delicious crusty bread. All very good...More
We were staying self catering nearby, popped in looking for some BBQ bits, excellent range of products from the butchers counter, staff very welcoming and helpful, the asparagus was tremendous. Really liked that the origin of all the produce was stated as we like to...More
I was very excited to hear about the Granary cafe opening, as I’m always keen to support local businesses.
After previously visiting this cafe for a hot drink and a cake I thought I’d bring my other half and little girl for brunch today. What...More
The rhubarb and asparagus are out of this world delicious. The meat and cheese are also very good.
I tried out the new Granary Cafe next to the farm shop. The cakes were very good, but unfortunately the coffee is like dishwater.
We had driven past the road to this shop lots of times and decided to go and see it. What a brilliant farm shop, the range of produce was amazing, the butcher was very helpful, we just intended to have a look around but ended...More
The centrepiece is a very good butchers, but there is great veg, cakes, pies etc that most such farm shops stock. Always the highest quality and not always too expensive - especially the fruit and veg seem competitive.
The meat may not be cheap -...More
family run, veg grown on the farm - knowledge about everything they sell is second to none.
Everything here is either locally produced or at least made in the UK - we're delighted to see they sell cheese from the Sharphams Wine Estate, it's bloody...More