Castle Howard, Historic House North Yorkshire
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Farm Shop

We pride ourselves on quality produce from local suppliers, value for money and great service from our expert team.


Our well stocked shop offers everything you need from bread, milk and other store cupboard essentials to gifts, treats and a little something extra for that special occasion. 

Groceries, Fruit & Veg

Offering seasonally sourced ranges from local suppliers, estate grown and freshly picked produce and a wide selection of specialist products. Organic vegetables from Newfield Organics available to order.

Butchery Counter

Freshly prepared by our expert butchery team,the butchery counter offers a selection of premium quality, primarily locally sourced meat including estate Aberdeen Angus beef, lamb, venison, pheasant and rabbit.

Delicatessen Counter

Serving local and regional speciality cheeses, cooked meats, picnic selections and freshly prepared sandwiches and salads; a range of patés and pies also available.

Bread & Bakery

Freshly prepared artisan bread and locally made rolls available alongside delicious home-made cakes, scones and tray-bakes.Cakes made to order on request.

Wines, Beers & Spirits
 

Stocking CAMRA-approved real ales and award winning wines from nearby vineyards, as well as Yorkshire cider brewed by monks and a range of hedgerow spirits.

Gifts & Hampers  

Castle Howard gift food, including preserves, chocolate and tea and handmade hampers for that perfect present.

The Farm Shop is open daily from 10am

Call the Farm Shop on 01653 648615 or Butchery on 01653 648616 to place an order
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