The Organic Farm Shop

The Organic Farm Shop offers visits, tours, and courses in a friendly organic produce environment.

  • Cirencester, United Kingdom
Limited availability

Speaks English

from US$507
from US$507
Price for:

3 days / 2 nights

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  • Review by Jo Vaughan

    "I know you sell meat products, but the vegan roast and the vegan plum crumble are amazing. Thank you. Decent range of veggie and vegan items in the shop too. I would recommend it."

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  • Review by Kerry Helbig

    "This place is awesome. The café and shop had a great range of organic selections in a very pretty location. We actually stayed for the weekend in a yurt; it was brilliant. Completely on our own in the forest, the only thing to wake us was the animal having a sniff around our tent at 5 a.m. I like to think it was a bear but more likely to be a fox or a badger. Great weekend!"

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  • Review by A traveler from Gloucestershire, UK

    "On my first day off in ages we beelined on the organic farm shop for a chilled day out. I love wandering around the food and textile shop and finish the trip with a relaxed lunch in the café."

    "So this is exactly what we did: spent time in the shop stocking up on some great ingredients and a new cookery book and then finished with a late lunch in the café. On this occasion, I enjoyed the hummus salad and my accomplice enjoyed a bean stew; both delicious. The salads are always incredible; packed full of organic ingredients from the farm and made with love."

    "The service and execution is always consistent and with new specials throughout the week you can return time and time again for a unique veggie meal. Always a winner!"

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  • Review by a traveler from Carlisle, United Kingdom

    "This place is the creme de la creme of exquisite taste and attention to detail. It is not cheap but who cares, it is such a wonderful experience just to visit and see how the other half live is an experience. We only had a coffee and scone so we cannot elaborate too much on the food but we did buy a few things from the deli, which were delicious. We also did one of the cookery courses a couple of years previous, which was great fun. It is a beautiful place, full of beautiful people, and it is a joy to wonder at! Even if you can't afford everything for sale."

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  • Review by Annie W.

    "This is our favorite place to drink coffee and eat cake, as well as midweek and Sunday lunch; all delicious and freshly served. We are surprised by some of the comments, as we always found the staff very cheery, smiley, and helpful. Sunday lunch with meat (or veggie option) is just so good. Yes, you can get it cheaper at one of the pubs in town, but do you know where the ingredients come from? After coffee we go for a stroll and we found, well signposted, the Cotswolds in miniature!"

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  • Review by a traveler from Oxford, UK

    "Food during the week is great; fantastic salads and good portions. A lot of organic food to buy, as well as other interesting items. Carvery is good on Sunday but busy."

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