I visited here recently after having driven past and being enticed in. The farm shop itself contains all the premium lines of foods etc, with the bonus of the farm butchers counter with their speciality longhorn beef which tasted delicious, you really can tell the difference.
The cafe is fairly small and in the attic-esq space it can become quite loud if it's full or there are children. Nicely decorated with pieces of local artwork which are for sale. A fairly limited menu but enough so that most people should be satisfied. Afternoon tea comes with a pot of loose-leaf tea, two freshly made scones (one raisin and one cherry) and a generous serving of clotted cream and jam. Delicious! The roast beef and horseradish sandwich came without horseradish, but this was rectified quickly by the very friendly staff. Fairly standard Peak District cafe prices.
It's nice to have a little wander around the farm itself and have a look at their magnificent longhorn cattle. We were lucky to see some calves on our visit.
Definitely worth a visit if you're on your way in/out of the Peaks (or even as a special visit as we did).
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