Tredarrup Farm Holiday Cottages

Shop Local

For a true taste of cornwall, shop local...

We always shop local and we hope you will too. It’s something we’re passionate about and it’s a win-win because doing so is an easy and enjoyable way that will benefit not only you but also the people of Cornwall and this beautiful but fragile planet we inhabit.

Buying local means you’ll sample some unique and delicious produce that you won’t find anywhere else, giving you a true taste of the spirit and culture of Cornwall. You’ll likely receive fantastic customer service from a friendly face too, often with a heartfelt ‘thank you my lovely’ thrown in for good measure.

It’s sustainable too: buying products grown and made locally reduces the amount of energy and resources needed for packaging and transportation. Plus it supports local businesses, keeping more money in Cornwall and providing job opportunities for local people.

And it’s easy! Cornwall is chock-full of artisan food and drink producers who take great pride in their produce and where it comes from. So you’re never far from a farm shop, deli, vineyard, bakery or butcher where you can pick up something truly scrumptious to make your holiday extra-Cornish, extra-delicious and extra special.

So, here’s our round-up of where to shop local.


Cows at farm shop, Cornwall

Local Farm Shops

Seaview Farm Shop, Delabole 

With fabulous views along the coast to Port Isaac, this new farmshop has a cafe onsite and sells a great range of local produce, including sustainable grass-fed beef from their farm.

St Kew Farm Shop

Only small but selling some lovely local produce and gifts plus sustainably sourced single-origin coffee. Excellent cafe, endorsed by Gordon Ramsay no less! 

Boscastle Farm Shop

Another farm shop and cafe with gorgeous sea views, just outside the pretty harbour village of Boscastle. On-site butchery selling grass-fed, high-welfare, sustainable meat grown on the farm.

Trevathan Farm Shop

Located in St. Endellion, between Port Isaac and Polzeath, this local farm shop offers a great range of Cornish goodies, plus pick-your-own strawberries in the summer. Restaurant on-site.

Padstow Farm Shop

Excellent farm shop and deli located on Tregirls Farm, overlooking the Camel Estuary. Pasture-fed, free-range, high welfare meat available from the on-site butchery.

Local deli shop, Cornwall

Local Delis & Butchers

Button Meats

Located on the farm opposite your holiday cottage and just a short walk along the lane. Excellent locally reared grass-fed meat plus local free-range eggs and a small range of Cornish pickles and jams.

The Deli Box, Port Isaac

Local cheeses, coffee, bread and cakes. located next to the lower car park.

Stein’s Deli, Padstow

Plenty of local goodies on offer as well as a range of Cornish themed gifts.

Kittows of Fowey

In the heart of the pretty harbour town of Fowey is this butchers and deli selling grass-fed meat from their own farm, sustainably and ethically sourced Cornish seafood and a range of local produce. Very well-regarded.

Pasty from local bakery, Cornwall

Local Bakeries

Baker Toms, Wadebridge

Fresh bread, cakes and pastries on the Platt in Wadebridge.

Malcolm Barnecutt’s 

This is where the locals go for their pasties. Branches throughout North Cornwall, including Wadebridge, Bodmin and St. Merryn.

The Butcher’s Bakehouse, Wadebridge

Opposite the fishmongers in the heart of Wadebridge, this artisan bakery is the place to go for your sourdough. 

Chough’s Bakery, Padstow

You can’t visit this iconic harbour without sampling one of Chough’s award-winning pasties. 

The Cornish Bakery

Another favourite of ours for pasties, there are branches throughout Cornwall, our nearest being in Tintagel. 

Nicky B’s, Port Isaac

You can’t beat sitting on the platt in Port Isaac, watching the world go by, pasty in hand. Good gluten-free option too.

Pengenna Pasties

Watch the masters at work skilfully crimping the pasties in this award-winning shop in Tintagel. Huge and very tasty – top-crimp though, which is controversial!

Vines at vineyard in Cornwall

Local Vineyards, Distilleries & More

Camel Valley Vineyard

Producing world-class wines from their vineyard on the Camel Trail near Bodmin. 

Rock Gin

Artisan gin produced using their own Cornish spring water and a range of botanicals. Just off the Atlantic Highway, less than 3 miles from Tredarrup Farm. 

Haywood Farm Cider

Family-run cider farm in the nearby village of St. Many. Mix your own blend to take home. Lovely apple juice too, a  bottle of which you’ll find in your cottage welcome hamper. Live music events in the summer.

Tarquin’s Gin

Small batch craft gin from a distillery just outside Wadebridge. Take a tour, enjoy a sample or two and wax your own bottle to enjoy back at your holiday cottage.

Trevibban Mill

Take a tour of this vineyard located just outside Padstow and sample some of their delicious wines, ciders and apple wines.

Wadebridge Wines

Fantastic wine merchants in the centre of Wadebridge selling a wide range of Cornish wines, beers, ciders and spirits  as well as some delicious Cornish nibbles to go with them. Drop in for a browse or order online for delivery to your holiday cottage ready for your arrival.

Local fishmongers shop, Cornwall

Local Fishmongers

Off the Hook, Wadebridge

Run by Master Fishmonger Jon and his wife Kay in the heart of Wadebridge. Sustainable, ethically sourced fresh fish arriving daily from Newlyn and Looe.

Just Shellfish, Port Isaac

Fresh, sustainable shellfish direct from the fisherman who caught and cooked it. Tom is a third generation Port Isaac fisherman and proud volunteer crew member for the RNLI. Located in the fish cellars, right on the harbour.

Fresh From The Sea, Port Isaac

Small cafe and fishmongers at the top of the hill in Port Isaac. Try some freshly cooked sustainable crab or lobster, caught and cooked by the owner from his small boat in the harbour below.

Prawn on the Lawn, Padstow

In the heart of Padstow, this fishmongers and small-but-mighty award-winning restaurant offers super-fresh sustainably-sourced local fish and shellfish. 

Vegetables for sale at local village shop, Cornwall

Local Village Shops

St. Tudy

Community owned shop, cafe and post office stocking a range of Cornish food & drink, including their very own brand of dry goods, as well as the essentials. 

St. Mabyn

Community owned shop and post office selling local pasties, fresh bread and fruit and veg alongside everything you’d find in a regular corner shop. 


In the heart of this pretty moorland village is this community owned shop. Selling fresh meat, fruit and veg, bread and cakes as well as a range of gifts, from chutneys to craft items, all produced in and around the village. 

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