Situated at the entrance to Oakes Farm Shop, our farm shop offers a wide range of delicious produce whilst supporting other local businesses. You can find fresh fruit and vegetables (Drinkwaters in Chipping Campden), fresh-baked bread (delivered daily from Andrew Davies, Kenilworth) and homemade cakes & traybakes made in house by our baker Becky.
We have a range of Mrs Darlington’s and Mrs Bridges condiments, preserves and chutneys for the savoury tongue, or if you have a sweet tooth, there are Bonbons and Borders ranges to feast your eyes (or your tummy’s) on.
For a quiet night in or a big night out, we have recently expanded our drinks range, including Silhill Brewery (Solihull), Warwickshire Spirits (Shirley), Hogans Cider (Warwickshire) plus much much more.
For those of you wanting a nice hot drink whilst tucked up on the sofa, you should definitely get your hands on some of Harry’s hot chocolate (the white chocolate is our favourite… with lots of marshmallows of course!) From hilarious mugs to sheep skin rugs, treat someone to a gift from us (or just treat yourself) For a full list of our suppliers, check out our Suppliers page!
£10, £20 and Afternoon Tea for 2 vouchers are available to purchase in-store!
Enjoy breakfast, brunch, lunch or afternoon tea with us in our 80 seater café whilst overlooking the rolling countryside. Our fantastic staff are waiting your arrival with our homemade cakes and much needed coffee!
Sourcing the best quality meat from local farmers including our own award-winning products. From Sunday roast joints to filling up the BBQ, our butchers are always happy to help.
Serving high quality pastries, cheese and cold meats. Our counter is always filled with mouth-watering, homemade meals and nibbles for your lunch on the move, picnics in the park or even just a delicious snack.
We had our solar panels installed back in 2014, in our effort to reduce our electricity consumption along with helping feedback excess energy to the grid. Situated in the field beside the farm shop, the solar panels are in the perfect position for the sun all day long (when the sun comes out!).
Currently, the solar panels are producing about half of our yearly electricity consumption!
If you spot them on your visits, you may find our neighbours (the sheep) sheltering from the sun or rain underneath the panels!