Briddlesford Lodge Farm - Isleofwight
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Paul and Chris Griffin welcome you to Bluebells.
Bluebells at Briddlesford is our café and education facility, and is located in what used to be the cows winter housing. The barn conversion can cater for over 60 people and has a comprehensive menu serving first class food at reasonable prices.
The emphasis is on fresh, quality Isle of Wight food from the best of the Island's farmers, and it is expertly prepared by our team of talented chefs.
BRIDDLESFORD LODGE FARM SHOP
Louise Griffin, great grandaughter of Charles Griffin manages Briddlesford Lodge farm shop.
The farm shop is located in what used to be the milking stable until 1996. The character of the building has been maintained but now the stalls where the cows once stood to be milked are piled high with delicious Isle of Wight produce.
We source the best Local Produce from across the Isle of Wight. Fresh fruit and vegetables, pickles and preserves, Isle of Wight cheese, which is now made with Briddlesford milk, and other dairy products including our very own 'Buttercup Milk' are just a few of the items. 'Buttercup Milk' is available unpasteurised (straight from the cow!), or pasteurised as whole milk, semi-skimmed or skimmed. Our cream is on sale and when we have surplus cream we churn it to make 'The Briddlesford Guernseys Butter'.
The shop now sources quality food from over 50 Isle of Wight producers and is developing a reputation as a real alternative to the supermarket for many discerning customers.
Isle of Wight meats are a speciality, including our own Briddlesford veal, born and reared on our farm to the highest possible welfare standards, happily living in a straw bedded barn, where they have been fed by their mother twice a day.
FARMHOUSE BED AND BREAKFAST
Traditional farmhouse bed and breakfast on the Isle of Wight. There is always a friendly welcome on Briddlesford Lodge Farm.
We have three rooms for bed and breakfast. Whether you are coming to the Isle of Wight for a holiday, or are here on business, we would love you to come and stay. Each room has its own television and tea and coffee making facilities. All our guests enjoy a delicious Isle of Wight breakfast served in the farmhouse until 9.00am or in our Bluebells Cafe from 9.30am at no extra charge.
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