SHOP & EAT: the farm shop is a treasure trove of garlicky goodness and local delights. Our full range of garlicky products from fresh garlic, smoked garlic, black garlic, mayonnaises, chutneys, dressings and sauces to butters and cheese are all available as well as locally made gifts. Have a meal in our restaurant to sample the amazing flavours of local, freshly prepared meals full of garlicky inspiration while enjoying our spacious restaurant building built from trees grown at the farm or enjoy our patio terrace overlooking the Arreton Valley and play area in sight.
TASTE: our garlicky menu in our award-winning Restaurant and Allium Cafe will delight your senses - try a whole roasted garlic bulb, garlic bread, garlic mushrooms and a whole spectrum of garlicky flavours in our chef's soups, salads, burgers and more. Due to Covid19 restrictions, we are not currently offering any product tasters.
ROAM: our farm is located in the fertile and beautiful Arreton Valley. Customers are invited to take one of our farm walks and open their eyes and ears to the flora and fauna of this natural habitat for birds, animals, insects and wild flowers which co-exist with our farmed crops. Maps are available to purchase in our Shop. Try our new AUDIO TOUR which can be accessed using the QR codes around the farm walk. NB there is a beehive along the farm walk, please do not approach close to the hive.
TAKE A TOUR: our tractor trailer tours run throughout the school holidays and at weekends from Easter to September. Climb aboard for a guided tour through our fields and learn about garlic growing, our farm and surroundings. Or pick up a map from the farm shop and go on your own walking tour with audio guide which can be accessed using the QR codes around the walk route. Tractor trailer tours available May to September during weekends & daily in school holidays weather permitting and are roughly 20 minutes.
LEARN: in our shop and around our site you will find information about the history of our farm, amazing archaeological finds, how garlic came to the Isle of Wight, how to grow garlic, garlic folklore and facts. Outside, the wild flower meadow is home to our garlic trial beds where you can learn about all the different varieties we are trialling this year, their provenance and characteristics. (Wild flower meadow and trial beds can be seen from March-August)
We are dog-friendly!
Well-behaved dogs are welcome at the farm in all outdoor areas and in the conservatory area and terrace of the restaurant and in the Allium cafe. Dogs must be kept on leads at all times.