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Cafes and Farm Shops

For a quick bite to eat or a quick shop for your BBQ or breakfast, you will never be short of choice. Within walking distance or a short drive there are numerous cafes and farm shops where you can enjoy and purchase top quality and locally grown food. The local Spar also sells salads, vegetables and meat produced nearby.

Below is a taster of what’s on offer within walking distance or a 15-minute drive. There is really no need to travel any further as the variety and the standard of the food and service is second to none.

 

Cedar Farm

Cedar Farm

Back Lane, Mawdesley, Lancashire, L40 3SY

Cedar Farm, just a short walk away, is home to 25 independent businesses, all run by people with a real passion for their craft. You can browse and buy contemporary art, clothing, home furnishings and beauty products, many of which are made on-site and can’t be found on the high street. There is also a local Farmer’s Market held on the first Saturday of every month.


The Café @ Cedar Farm

The Cafe is well known for the high quality of its food. Established over twenty years ago, it has been recognised by Lancashire Life readers and The Guardian for its enduring excellence. The menu is mainly, but not exclusively, vegetarian with the emphasis on home made dishes from locally sourced ingredients, lovingly prepared by their chefs.


The Coffee Roastery @ Cedar Farm

The coffee roasters here are vintage English Whitmee machines, sometimes described as industrial antiques! The coffee and cakes here are delicious and the atmosphere is busy and vibrant but also relaxed. A large selection of coffees and teas are also available to buy. for sale.


The Food Shop @ Cedar Farm

Their specialty is producing home cooked foods using natural ingredients, mainly sourced locally, ensuring quality and freshness. They produce their own salads, pates and pastas and sell a vast array of condiments.

Owd Barn Country Store and Tearoom

Owd Barn Country Store and Tearoom

Spencers Farm, Rufford Road, Bispham, L40 3SA

This delightful converted barn within walking distance is definitely worth a visit. You can be rest assured of a warm welcome by Brenda, Sarah, Helen and the rest of the team. They serve traditional and freshly made meals in their cosy rustic tearoom as well as mouthwatering cakes, fresh fruit pies and delicious icecreams.

The farm shop offers a vast range of homemade and locally produced goods so is well worth a visit to stock your fridge up for the duration of your stay. All food can be traced back to source and includes; fresh meat from Award winning butchers Hallsworth & Son of Ormskirk, Southport Potted Shrimps, free range eggs and duck eggs from Tarleton, milk from Monk’s Dairy from Hilldale, tomatoes and strawberries from Hesketh Bank and spinach, rocket and salad from Mawdesley.

There is also a gift shop which sells clothing, footwear, jewelry, soft furnishings and toys to name a few.

Heskin Hall

Heskin Hall

Wood Lane, Heskin, PR7 5PA

Heskin Hall Farmer’s Market and Craft Centre is a unique retail and leisure experience that will appeal to all the family. Featuring over 50 shops and businesses which include a wide variety of crafts, gifts, clothing, farmshop, butchers, interiors, bridalwear, beauty salon, jewellers and hairdressers plus the nationally acclaimed Hepplestone Fine Art Gallery. There is also The Crafty Potter where you can get creative, and they serve a hearty breakfast as well as all the usual drinks and snacks.


The Two Birds Tea Room @ Heskin Hall

This inviting tea room is perfect for a coffee, cake, snack or light meal between shops. It offers paninis, toasties, sandwiches, soups & salads all made using fresh local produce & home cooked meats. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly and there is a wood burning stove during the winter months and a patio area for glorious sunny days.

Derby House

Derby House

Mossy Lea Rd, Wrightington, WN6 9RE

The Food Hall at Derby House

This is a well stocked food hall offering fresh fruit & veg, hand-picked British and world wines, champagne and ales in addition to locally-baked breads, cheeses and deli produce as well as lots of gluten free offerings.


The Paddock at Derby House

Here you can enjoy simple home cooked food in beautiful relaxed surroundings. They serve breakfasts, lunch, afternoon teas and ice-creams plus a fabulous Sunday roast, all using all local produce. They are also fully licensed and offer lager on draft as well as a selection of local bottled beer, ales and hand-picked wines. They have a daily specials menu and Wednesday is a particular treat as the fish man comes on site and they tailor the specials to the catch of the day.

The Home Farm Shop

The Home Farm Shop

Bispham Green

This shop is within walking distance and is very popular with the locals. As well as their own meats they sell a great selection of local vegetables and salads, wines, pastas, bread, health food options, pickles and condiments, cheese and chocolates.

Too Good Farm Shop

Too Good Farm Shop

Wrightington

This shop offers their customers a varied selection of top quality food. They are a working self sufficient farm, the benefits of which are seen in the unprocessed and distinctive quality of their meats and eggs. Their dairy products, fruit and vegetables are sourced locally where possible throughout the year. The shop is also brimming with healthy and eco friendly products and foods to tempt everyone.

Taylors Farm

Taylors Farm

Lathom

This is a family run farm shop which again takes great pride in rearing their own beef from feed they grow to get top quality products. The shop consists of a butchers, a very well stocked delicatessen and a vegetable and salad store selling the freshest produce.

Tastebuds at the Wharf

Tastebuds at the Wharf

Fettlers Marina, Rufford

This inviting café is situated by the beautiful Fettlers Wharf Marina where there is plenty of outside seating to enjoy the stunning views of the colorful canal boats. They pride themselves on their excellent home cooked food sourcing their ingredients from the very finest suppliers. They serve breakfasts, lunches, afternoon teas, and a mouth watering selection of cakes and scones.

The Boathouse Brasserie

The Boathouse Brasserie

St Marys Marina, Rufford

This inviting café is situated by the beautiful Fettlers Wharf Marina where there is plenty of outside seating to enjoy the stunning views of the colorful canal boats. They pride themselves on their excellent home cooked food sourcing their ingredients from the very finest suppliers. They serve breakfasts, lunches, afternoon teas, and a mouth watering selection of cakes and scones.

The Pantry

The Pantry

New Street, Mawdesley

If you fancy a walk to our neighboring village Mawdesley, you could always grab a bite to eat at The Pantry. This homely little café if perfect for breakfast or lunch, where you can eat in or takeaway their delicious freshly prepared cooked breakfasts, toasties, sandwiches, soups or paninis.

Yours is the Earth

Yours is the Earth

Parbold

Cafe & Coffee shop situated alongside the canal in the heart of Parbold, a bustling a scenic village about 10 minutes drive away. They serve delicious home cooked food, award-winning coffee, loose leaf tea, ice cream & scrumptious cakes. You can either eat in or take-away.

Cafes and Farm Shops

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