Wells Farmshop is famous for its range of award-winning cheeses as well as fresh, local fruit and vegetables, deli counter and lots of delicious products*.
The café serves freshly roasted coffee, tea, soft drinks, wine and beer together with a selection of freshly baked treats, light lunches and sandwiches.
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Wells Stores is famous for its wide range of British and European cheeses sourced directly from producers and suppliers.
Our shop shelves are packed with all the cheese accompaniments you’ll need including crackers and chutneys as well as delicious, homemade jams.
We are proud to offer an extensive range of cheeses-the best for miles…
Our selection of British cheeses is second to none and our cheddar range include: Montgomery Cheddar, Isle of Mull, Cheddar Gorge to name but a few!
Colston Bassett Stilton, Waterloo, Wigmore, Spenwood, Rachel’s Goat Cheese, Dorset Blue Vinny and Wyfe of Bath are just some of the other delicious British cheeses we stock.
Brie de Meaux, Comte and Gruyere are always available.
We pride ourselves on using fresh ingredients and locally sourced where possible. Serving breakfast dishes, light lunches, cakes and snacks, we also offer a specials menu which changes regularly.
We have plenty of seating in the cafe, garden room & covered outside area, just come along.
Bertie & Lucy Wright took over at Wells Farmshop & Café during the summer 2019.
Both have a vast amount experience within hospitality, having worked at Oxfords finest hotels & restaurants of Gees, Quod & The Old Parsonage.
Berties kitchen experience also led him to work for acclaimed chef & food writers Stephane Alexander & Judy Rogers in Melbourne & San Francisco.
Wells will continue to offer its high levels of hospitality, driven by the amazing team. The food we serve will be based on a British farmhouse kitchen, with inspiration from our travels, driven by local artisan suppliers with an emphasis of sourcing quality ingredients.
Wells Stores was originally the local village shop in Streatley, run by the Wells sisters, hence the name! In 1953, the shop was taken over by Major Patrick Rance.
The monocled Major is famous in the cheese world and largely credited with saving the artisan cheese culture in Britain with his passion and charisma.
In 1990, the business moved to Abingdon, under the management of Gill Draycott. In 1999, she moved the business to Peach Croft Farm and since then the business continues to grow.
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Farmshop Opening Hours
Monday to Saturday: 8.30am to 5pm (last orders in the cafe 4pm)
Sunday: 9am to 4pm (last orders in the cafe 3.30pm)