I’ve been meaning to go to Fanny’s Farm Shop for ages. Three years, in fact! I regularly drive past the sign to it and it’s always intrigued me, but by the time I get home, it’s slipped my mind! My mum reminded me though, so today we decided to pay a little visit along with Byron and my aunt, who’s recently moved nearby.
The farm is situated just under junction 8 of the M25, selling homegrown veg, original flavours of ice-cream, smoked meats and other delicious looking goods from local suppliers! It’s cluttered and higgledy-piggledy, but in the best way. Think teapots and mismatched cups and saucers, handmade bunting, real jam and a cute little shop. There are secret overgrown little areas and everywhere you look, there’s memorabilia spanning the last 30 years or so. It’s so quaint. I’ll definitely be visiting again!
We had scones with clotted cream to die for in the tea room, but you can also book The Pudding Room or The Treehouse (above!)
You can see the entire set of photos here.