Cowdray Farm Shop & Cafe
28 locals recommend
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Lovely Farm Shop full of artisan supplies and a cafe to dine at which is lovely post walk around Cowdray Park and their Polo fields. 30 mins from home, a good afternoon outing.
Visit the permiculture centre, walk the polo grounds, tour the ruins then take in a pleasant cuppa as this delightful family friendly cafe
Lovely for brunch - very upmarket farm shop in Midhurst with lots of delicious meats, cheeses and lovely things for the home. Nice to combine with a walk around the nearby Cowdray ruins.
Another great farm shop and cafe! All the locals go there for so much more than fresh food! Gifts, wines, luxury toiletries…. Meet you there! 💖
Fabulous fine food shopping, alongside Cowdray polo fields, great for flat gentle walking. Lovely menu for breakfast and lunch in the cafe. Wood fired pizza offering on selected days. www.cowdray.co.uk 01730 815152
Well worth the drive/cycle. Set in the sensational Cowdray ruins, the farm shop is home to a brilliant butchers, fresh orange juice machine (I mean, it’s just super fun!) the cafe is really great too! All fresh and local, tie a brunch in with a walk around the ruins and the walled garden.
Lovely local farm shop and cafe. It does the best breakfasts and also lovely lunches and the farm shop sells really good ingredients. There is a little playground to keep children entertained and they also have fresh fish for sale every Friday.
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