Yorkshire has developed a very proud food culture and guests can find delicious treats and staples locally. We recommend
Boroughbridge – You will fine everything you need on this small town: a fantastic green grocer (and much more), a local butcher, a delightful delicatessen and a traditional local bakery.
We love Minskip Farm Shop, only 5 minutes away from Staveley. Great quality meat and delicious home baked cakes. We recommend you buy your free range eggs here!
Newby Hall Farm Shop, now Listers Farm Shop, recently voted in the top 50 farm shops by The Daily Telegraph. Ninety per cent of the food sold in this farm shop is sourced from within 40 miles, including traditionally reared meat and game from the estate’s own farms, artisan bread, locally grown vegetables and other Yorkshire goodies.
Fodder In Harrogate – Fodder celebrates and sells the very best food and drink from Yorkshire and the Humber and a few things from outside the area too (we still can’t find a local farmer to grow lemons and bananas for us!).
Weetons in Harrogate- Much bigger than a deli, yet far more stylish than a supermarket, Weeton’s is sometimes called the farm shop in the town, because of the huge range of local food and drink. Stocking more than 1,000 lines of the finest Yorkshire produce, Weetons go to great lengths to combine old fashioned quality with modern flavours from around the globe.
Bettys in Harrogate- completely perfect for tea and coffee, bread, cakes and pastries. http://www.bettys.co.uk
Booths in Ripon- Our supermarket of choice. Calm, spotless store with a wide selection of both expected and unexpected products. Fantastic wines and beers. The most charming staff! http://www.booths.co.uk/store/ripon/