Didn't mean to visit a cheese farm but it was wet, blowing a gale and we were both hungry and thirsty. We noticed the signs for 'cheese farm and coffee shop' and off we went. The farm road is very potholed. There are not many tables and because of the adverse weather we were able to get a table immediately. We chose the soup of the day - celery and apple - served with a dollop of anster grated cheese and a choice of sandwich or cheese scone. Absolutely delicious. The service was fast, the surroundings very clean, and the price reasonable. My partner went through to the viewing gallery which was interesting but cheese was not being made at the time. I busied myself browsing the deli and gift shop. Would definitely visit again
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