30 minutes from Bath, between Radstock and Shepton Mallet, lies the picturesque village of Holcombe. Beside the River Mells, you’ll find The old Duke of Cumberland pub which has recently metamorphosed into a fabulous little farm shop and kitchen.
The farm shop itself is small but beautifully formed and the shelves and fridges are jam-packed with fresh, local produce and everyday essentials - fresh bread, local milk (bring your own bottle!) fruit and veg, a delicious selection of cheese and chutneys not to mention the fully stocked butcher’s counter or the counter full of homemade cakes and pastries and, if there’s room in your basket, why not add a bottle of wine or local cider. Here you’ll find all the ingredients for a blow out breakfast or the perfect Sunday roast.
If filling your basket has taken it out of you then you can always put your feet up next to the river on the adjoining terrace where the Farm Shop Kitchen has seating. Freshly cooked food is served here all day or just coffee and cake if you have other plans for dinner! Free wifi too ….
Local is celebrated at this “gem of a place” (a recent customer’s words). Beautiful flowers come from 3rd generation farmer @stuarttheflowerman, meat from local farmers, pies from Dickies (made 2 minutes away by 35 year experienced curry chef, Iain Dickie) and milk from under 2 miles away.
Baskets are by the door… happy shopping!
Monday - Wednesday 9am til 5pm
Thursday - Saturday 9am til 9pm
Sunday 9am til 6pm
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