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Destination shopping in stylishly converted farmyard with free parking, just steps from Doddington Hall. Doddington Farm Shop is bursting with home-grown & local produce, Doddington Country Clothing stocks all the top brands such as Schoffel...more
This is a good farm shop with lots of home grown vegetables and lots of local produce. It has an extensive range of produce and their are lots of gifts too. The fresh produce is really good and there are lovely chocolates to choose from;...More
Visited here on a gloriously hot Sunday afternoon, both the cafe & shop were busy, but comfortably so. Plenty of tables outside if you wanted to sit in the sunshine! The cafe offers a good choice of food, healthy & unhealthy, all delicious, & everything...More
arrived at lunch time to find very little on offer so ordered a teacake and a bowl of soup after waiting 30 minutes a tepid bowl of watery soup accompanied by a burger bap arrived. absolutely terrible service no apology just a large helping of...More
There are several places here that you can visit separately.
Doddington Hall and Gardens are quite expensive in my mind at £7.00 for the Garden only or £10.50 if you want to see the House and Gardens, you can get a family ticket at £18.00...More
Re- visited this place for first time in ten years and it has gone from strength to strength. Wide choice of select items all displayed in really attractive way.
The popular nature of the shop tells you what you need to know.
Visited Doddington Hall yesterday
Booked table in restaurant - the meal was lovely and the staff were very friendly and helpful
Visited the Xmas craft fair - disappointed as not many stalls
Farm shop looked great although very busy
Gift shop - wanted to by...More
We have been on many occasions but never around this time so were thrilled to discover the Bauble Barn,at least I think it was called that plus a small toy shop.
The main eatery was packed so we headed over to the cycle shop for...More
Firstly I have to point out that my review relates to the BIKE SHOP CAFE and not the farm shop cafe where the gentleman behind the counter was extremely polite and helpful!!
Went for a coffe at the BIKE SHOP CAFE where I queued behind...More