Cholderton Farm Shop & Café

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Farm shop café


A303, Junction A338; 1 minute


Tues-Sat 9am-4.30pm
Sun 10am-4pm

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    Dog friendly

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    Kid friendly

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    Disabled access

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    Free WiFi for visitors

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    Vegetarian or vegan options

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    Gluten-free options

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    Parking available onsite


Cholderton is a handy halfway between the South West and The Big Smoke. It's a fully organic farm of some 2,500 acres, with cockerels in attendance and muddy tractors frequently sighted near the flint and red-brick farm shop. There's a homely welcome in the café, known for its A-grade bacon sarnies. The fridges are full of Pieminister pies, local cheeses and deli treats and the shelves are laden with edible essentials: free-range eggs and meat, bread, vegetables and chutneys.

Barista-standard coffee is served with a smile as are plates of crisply-jacketed potatoes, huge ploughman's lunches and homemade quiches. Pull up a simple table inside or, to bask in that farmyard feeling and enjoy the fresh Wiltshire air, alight at a chunky wooden picnic table in the covered barn or beneath a parasol on a sunny day. Here, modern farming is in tune with nature and the owners passionately preserve homes for both plants and wildlife. You can find Cholderton on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

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Cholderton Farm Shop & Café,
Cholderton Estate, Cholderton,
Tel - 01980 629894
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