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Northumberland wouldn't be complete without seeking out our wonderful seasonal food. Northumberland is renowned for fresh seafood including the famous Craster kippers, venison and game birds, hill lamb, beef, poultry, heritage potatoes, asparagus, strawberries, real ale, mead, rum....need we go on?

The best places to find all of this great produce is at one of our Farm Shops, where you'll find food champions only too willing to share the provenance of their fresh and artisan products and share their recipe tips.

If you're looking for a great day out with the kids then choose one of our Pick Your Own Farm Shops like Brocksbushes near Corbridge, take to the fields and enjoy the soft fruits of Summer.

If you're staying in self-catering accommodation while in Northumberland, why not stock up for your stay? Our Farm Shops stock a wide range of provisions from basics through to special treats. If you're already happily full of local free-range eggs and bacon courtesy of your hotel or B&B, perhaps pop in to a Farm Shop for picnic provisions - they'll have lots of suggestions for your perfect picnic and perfect picnic spot.

Northumberland wouldn't be complete without seeking out our wonderful seasonal food. Northumberland is renowned for fresh seafood including the famous Craster kippers, venison and game birds, hill lamb, beef, poultry, heritage potatoes, asparagus, strawberries, real ale, mead, rum....need we go on?

The best places to find all of this great produce is at one of our Farm Shops, where you'll find food champions only too willing to share the provenance of their fresh and artisan products and share their recipe tips.

If you're looking for a great day out with the kids then choose one of our Pick Your Own Farm Shops like Brocksbushes near Corbridge, take to the fields and enjoy the soft fruits of Summer.

If you're staying in self-catering accommodation while in Northumberland, why not stock up for your stay? Our Farm Shops stock a wide range of provisions from basics through to special treats. If you're already happily full of local free-range eggs and bacon courtesy of your hotel or B&B, perhaps pop in to a Farm Shop for picnic provisions - they'll have lots of suggestions for your perfect picnic and perfect picnic spot.

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Sunnyhills
Delicatessen & Farm Shop
Belford
Sunnyhills Farm Shop is family owned & run and has a fantastic Deli, Gift Shop & fully licensed Bistro. ...
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating:TripadvisorBased on 31 reviews
Heighley Gate
Garden Centre
Morpeth
North East's largest garden centre with its own nursery-grown plants. There is a wide variety of shopping and entertainment on offer, an indoor soft play area as well as two great restaurants. ...
The Fisherman's Kitchen
Delicatessen & Farm Shop
Seahouses
Swallowfish Ltd is an award winning family run business based in the Northumbrian seaside village of Seahouses, where we smoke fish and shellfish in our Traditional 19th century smokehouses. ...
Master craftsmanship
Arts & Crafts Shop
Kirkharle
Come to Kirkharle Lake & Courtyard and enjoy a truly unique shopping experience of art & craft workshops, gifts, vintage & antiques. All set at the birthplace of Lancelot ‘Capability ...
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating:TripadvisorBased on 69 reviews
Outside Chain Bridge Honey Farm
Delicatessen & Farm Shop
Berwick-upon-Tweed
The Chain Bridge Honey Farm Visitor Centre was established in the early 1950's to allow the public to discover first hand the extraordinary tale of bees and honey. ...

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