Castle Farm

rustic plate with colourful food
chefs at work at Castle Farm
Credit: Neil White

Castle Farm is all about fresh, local, quality produce, to make delicious hearty meals. Castle Farm is situated on an organic farm in Midford, not too far out of Bath, but far enough to feel like you’ve left the hustle and bustle of the city. On chillier days, you can cosy up in the big refurbished shed, or bask in the warm sun by the thriving veggie garden and friendly cows.

Castle Farm is best known for its seasonal produce, sourced straight from the farm, as well as from small, local suppliers, meaning that they are supporting local businesses and reducing air miles at the same time.

“We are living our dream at Castle Farm, we cover a huge variety in our offering, just enjoying cooking for the love of it, making our guests feel really special whether they come Wednesday breakfast or a Saturday supper club.” – Leah, co-owner.

Roti bread and mussles
Credit: Neil White

You’re sure to be impressed with the efforts that this family-run business goes to, to ensure that they are as ethical as possible. They compost and recycle everything that they can and are constantly striving to cut waste and upcycle any spare ingredients.

Castle Farm is open for breakfast and lunch Tuesday through Saturday and they offer a wonderful Sunday roast. Furthermore, the Friday curry nights, and Saturday supper clubs are not to miss. Keep an eye out for their cooking courses, which have included seasonal vegetarian cooking, a pasta cookery class and a cocktail masterclass.
Open Tue–Sun
Address: Castle Farm, Midford Rd, Midford, Bath BA2 7BU
Phone: 07564 783307


Author: Lucy Fleming

Creative Writing and Publishing undergraduate student at Bath Spa University. Passionate about art and design, fiction writing, sustainability and equality.

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