9 reviews of Chatsworth Farm Shop in English
Chatsworth Farm Shop in Pilsley is a mightily impressive farm shop on the outskirts of the Chatsworth Estate. It has a large car park to service both the farm shop and the adjacent conservatory restaurant.
Inside is a vast range of produce that champions local farms and businesses. The instore butchers and fishmongers offer a wide variety of produce, including some more unusual meats like wild boar. There is also sizeable area offering fresh bread, biscuits, preserves and cordials. There is a good range of fruit and veg too, both inside and on a cart outside, alongside the farm shop's external seating. On the way to the tills is an impressive delicatessen, selling samosas, quiches, cold meats etc. Chatsworth Farm Shop is a great place to go to for that special treat or something out of the ordinary. It is however, as expensive as it is impressive.
This is a fabulous shop with a huge range of organic produce and even better, local produce. The views from this place are stunning, and deserve to be viewed with afternoon tea in the attached conservatory cafe.
I found the prices to be too high for me to shop here on a regular basis, which is unfortunate but a consequence of good fair produce, but it is a good place for some special treats.
The frm shop at Chatsworth is an absolute gem. A traditional butchers guides customers through the selection of meat, poultry and game while the bakery that is there offers fresh from the oven treats - not to be missed - and the deli and fruit and veg offer the very best of local produce.
The Chatsworth Farm Shop in Pilsley, Bakewell is the posh sister of the regular farmshop. As you would expect - the range and quality of food is fantastic, the prices are not for those on low income - you pay for the quality. However, there are a few bits and pieces that are quite beyond the reasonably priced mark - even for a good quality product - so beware.
The range and quality of meats, baking, cakes, dairy products, fruit+veg, the jarred, preserved and dry essentials and more, delicatessen is absolutely amazing. I might add a bit of warning - under any circumstances do not go to this shop on empty tummy, and bring your credit card!!!
I also would say that the shop could be a bit bigger as often there are so many shoppers around that it is very difficult to get to what you want and to move around, also at popular times of the year - the queues at the tills are quite long - so prepare.
Behind the farmshop there is also a small restaurant - some fabulous smells come out of there frequently :-) - a bit pricey but if you want a treat - do go in and enjoy.
To summarise - the farmshop is small but mighty!!!
Great palce to buy unusual food and drink. A lot of the food is grown locally. It can be quite expensive but you do get great quality. It gets very busy and it even has coaches visiting. It is located by Chatsworth House and very easy to find. Well worth a look!
The Chatsworth Farm Shop is located near the stately home that it owes its name to. If you don’t mind travelling for fantastic food, I highly recommend this establishment. It is located in the beautiful peak district, making it perfect for people who enjoy the outdoors.
It sells anything and everything, from fine food (meats, dairy products etc) to plants to unusually patterned umbrellas. If you want a unique gift, its worth a look.
Prices are expensive compared to the supermarket, but if you appreciate good food, it’s well worth going along to, even if just for a day out.
If you want to buy top quality fresh luxury food and drink this is the place to be.Just up the road from the famous Chatsworth House you will find this delight.Lovely vegetarian food can be found on the deli counter.There is also a fish counter and a meat counter where fresh game is available.Then visit the restaurant for a meal or a coffee.Not the cheapest place to shop but nice for a treat.
Chatsworth Farm Shop is worth a visit on its own if you’re in the area, and definitely if you’re visiting Chatsworth. Where else in the region can you buy wild boar and half a sheep?
It has a truly excellent selection of locally-sourced speciality foods, including a huge selection of tasty-looking cheeses, meats and pies from the deli, Cartmel sticky toffee pudding and other temptations.
The service is also a cut above the norm - you get a proper wicker basket to carry your shopping in, the staff are friendly and look the part too.
It’s not AT Chatsworth house per se, but it’s nearby - so check directions if you’re only going there carefully first.
This is a massive farm shop with loads of choice in organic foods and local produce. It sells everything you could want, from game shot on the estate to locally produce vegetables. They also stock a wide variety of organic and health foods and drinks as well as fresh cakes and a good deli counter.
The location is also great, although not near to Chatsworth House! However, you can easily spend an afternoon browsing and enjoying coffee and cakes in the tea rooms.
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