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I have visited Allington farm shop on a number of occasions and have never been disappointed in the quality and vast range of produce and products on offer mostly locally sourced. Fruit and veg in top condition, fresh bread and cakes, confectionery, beer cider wines...More
I use this farm shop a lot and over the years it has got worse there fruit and vegetables used to be fresh!
But now the fruit are old and the vegetables are rotten, the sacks of potatoes have a tendency of being good on...More
Stopped for lunch on the way back from a week-end in Corsham. The cafe was busy, but no problem finding a table and the service was very prompt considering the number of people in the place.
The farm shop is pretty impressive with a large...More
Lovely farm shop selling a variety of produce. The cafe looked busy, but we didn’t stop as was just popping in for fresh meat. They sell a wonderful array of fresh cake & meringues - the raspberry & chocolate was great.
We have been in the Cotswolds for 6 days and this was our favorite place to eat. It suited the entire family's taste. I had vegan lentil stew that was wonderful! The kids had paninis and burgers. They also loved the chips (fries to Americans)....More
Alway a good range of freshly mademeals and cakes/snacks. Although there is lots of parking you may need to use the "overflow" area at busy times. I would suggest you try the roulade with clotted cream.
Was told brilliant things about this farm shop and on having visiting have to say the selection of stock they had in was brilliant and as a local stockist of Marshfield Ice Cream i was happy but as for the prices i was totally let...More
Used to be a quality place, but had a beef sandwich from there and the beef was wafer thin and over smothered in onion marmalade, son had a very anaemic looking scrambled egg on muffins (£7.50, really?)
Seriously think this place is now resting on...More