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The Garlic Farm

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Very sweet.

Went on the tractor tour, £3.50 each for about 15 minutes going around the land learning and asking... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
hcorrigan95
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Portsmouth, United Kingdom
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Lovely place to visit

Beautiful surroundings and great products for sale. Excellent tasting area and learning facilities... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
hollychrisandsteve
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Swindon, 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...more
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Mersley Farm Mersley Lane | Mersley Farm, Newchurch, Sandown PO36 0NR, England
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All reviews garlic parm tractor ride different types tasting room isle of wight well stocked shop worth a visit red squirrels cake for sale great place to visit interesting place plenty of parking couple of hours tasting area crackers rainy day
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We had heard a lot about the Garlic Farm so visited during a recent stay on the IOW. We were lucky that the weather was great ( you need good weather to get the best out of a visit) - we took one of the...More

Thank FranklySpeaking
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Went on the tractor tour, £3.50 each for about 15 minutes going around the land learning and asking questions. Then can see the horses go into the cafe and taste the garlic, was lovely way to spend a morning. Everyone was very sweet and happy,...More

Thank hcorrigan95
Reviewed 3 days ago

Beautiful surroundings and great products for sale. Excellent tasting area and learning facilities. We didn't use the cafe on this visit but have in the past and it's excellent.

Thank hollychrisandsteve
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Lovely stay in one of the cottages, everything you need for a pleasant stay. Lovely scenic views to wake up to, and the lovely smell of garlic surrounds you. The shop is filled with all manor of garlic produce and the restaurant is lovely to...More

Thank Judi F
Reviewed 5 days ago

Went in and back out in 15 minutes. Really not much more than a farm shop intended to showcase the products of the garlic farm and get you to spend your money.

Thank Samuel P
Reviewed 5 days ago

Chance to taste the different garlics available, as well as the sauces and chutneys. You can purchase from the shop. I didn’t know there was so many different types of garlic.

Thank joanne_phillips1
Reviewed 5 days ago

Bit unsure whether I wanted to visit but glad I did. Road down was an experience as was closed just past the farm so everyone had to use that way in - the joys of island motoring. The farm walk was ok (dog says fantastic)...More

Thank Randoman1
Reviewed 6 days ago

An interesting place, though the garlic scotch egg was very very garlicky. We killed an hour or so here.

Thank AlexWT93
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Definitely a one to visit, from the tasting experience to the shop and restaurant this is a garlic lovers paradise. Open for breakfast lunch and afternoon tea. We had garlic meze for 2 and it was amazing. It's a great place for kids too. We...More

Thank glimpys
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Fab products, good price and lots to choose from. Well worth a visit. The vegan fudge is scrummy . Good prices lots of choice

Thank Mandy B
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helen r R
7 February 2018|
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Response from garlicfarmer-iow | Property representative |
We can confirm that dogs are allowed in the conservatory area of our restaurant, in the allium cafe and in the shop. Dogs are allowed on our farm walks and in our outside areas too - we welcome them! Please keep dogs on a... More
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2Barnetts2015
19 August 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
18 August 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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