We have four locations in London, each with farmshop, café and retail areas.
Our flagship location in the Cotswolds also includes several options for dining and drinking, our Cookery School, our Bamford Wellness Spa, our Garden room and Workshop, a Garden workshop and much more, all just steps away from our organic farm.
The Trough Café
The main dining room at our Cotswolds farm is a converted barn with high ceilings and an open kitchen. The Trough opens out to the Legbar, the Fountain Courtyard and the summer Courtyard.
The Old Spot
Opening out into our farmshop courtyard and featuring a wood-fired oven and botanical cocktail bar hosted by expert mixologists, The Old Spot is an ideal space for relaxing with friends.
Open all day and into the evening, The Legbar provides a relaxed, light and airy space for drinks, nibbles and small plates as well as artisan coffee and botanical cocktails. Built sustainably using fallen oak from the Daylesford estate and local Cotswolds stone.
Notting Hill Café
A spacious organic farmshop and café celebrating the best of Daylesford’s organic farm in the Cotswolds, with striking walls made from fallen trees from the Daylesford estate, a wood-fired oven and bar.
Brompton Cross Café
Featuring an open wood-fired pizza oven and a traditional rotisserie, our café dishes are freshly made by hand, to showcase the very best of the seasonal produce from our organic farm, Market Garden, Bakery and Creamery.
We reopened our café on Saturday 4th July. Our teams are working to a set of strict safety measures, with seating plans rearranged to allow for additional space for those dining with us. As we adjust to this new chapter, we have a slightly reduced menu offering. Tables are available on a first come, first served basis. No prior booking is required..
The Wild Rabbit
The Wild Rabbit is our modern British inn set in the heart of the village of Kingham. The menu celebrates local British produce and a number of heroes from the Market Garden and pastures of Daylesford. Our award-winning chefs work alongside the seasons to create dishes that celebrate traditional British cooking with a contemporary twist.