Eating & Shopping

Visit The Ox Shed for a relaxing cup of tea and slice of cake, or take home a souvenir of your day from the Farm Park shop...

The Ox Shed restaurant and the Farm Park shop are both open to the public, so you don’t even need to buy a ticket to the Farm Park to drop in and see us. We serve a wide range of coffees, teas and other infusions, all of which are delicious with our homemade cakes and biscuits that will melt in your mouth.


The Ox Shed

Enjoy a steaming jacket potato with a filling of your choice or feast on one of our hearty hot lunches.  All our quality ingredients are produced using the highest standards of farming practice and animal husbandry – our famous succulent sausages made from our very own Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs, reared right here at the farm.

Food & Farm Park Offer

Save £’s during our off peak times by buying lunch at the same time as your tickets! Our Food & Farm Park offer combines admission to the Farm Park and a scrumptious 2 course lunch from our Spring time set menu.

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Dolly’s Snack Bar

(Open during busy periods)

Perfect for when you’re on the go and getting peckish. Situated in the Jumping Pillow play area, refreshments, ice creams, confectionery and cakes are all available.


Milk Churn Coffee Bar

(Open during busy periods)

A wide selection of hot and cold food including delicious sandwiches , hot pastys and sausage rolls available, together with children’s lunch boxes.

Farm Park Shop

As well as selling branded merchandise and souvenirs, we stock a large variety of products from some wonderful local suppliers:

We also sell our own eggs and meat from the farm, beautifully prepared by Stow-on-the-Wold based butchers, Lambournes.

Why Not Stay Longer?

After a fun-filled visit, when you really cannot convince the children to leave … why not stay?  Relax on our caravan and camping site, watching the sun set over the Windrush Valley.  Enjoy the peaceful surroundings as the visitors depart and the animals are returned to their overnight quarters.  Some of the rare breeds come to sleep adjacent to the caravan site so you can talk to the animals all night if you wish!