Broom House Farm is an organic farm situated high above the Browney River, overlooking Durham City. Free range, grass fed Aberdeen Angus beef, lamb and mutton and Saddleback pork is all reared on the farm.
Creative butchery displays in the farm shop showcase the wide range of produce, properly hung and skilfully presented by our master butchery team.
Traditional recipes and the best meat is used to make the scrummiest sausages, best burgers, bacon and amazing black pudding.
The shop stocks organic poultry and dairy produce, locally baked breads, vegetables and a range of chutneys, sauces and other complementary goodies.
There is an inspiring selection of cards and gifts, supporting local independent artists and craftspeople as well as an innovative display of seasonal products, ranging from candles and tableware to picnic accessories.
- Regional and Miscellaneous WTTC Safe Travels 2021
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good65
- Charles TTrip Type:CouplesWell worth searching out!Friday, 27th October 2023We go mainly for the shop and butchers, although the breakfasts in the coffee shop are wonderful too! The butchers are very friendly and knowledgeable (with some interesting stories to tell if... Read full review
- Loldavo501Why so coldSaturday, 28th October 2023Visited the coffee shop this morning. It’s been a while since I had last been to there coffee shop as always found their breakfasts to be served almost cold, but was calling into their fabulous farm... Read full review
- Melvyn JOne of County Durham’s finest tea rooms.Wednesday, 8th November 2023My first visit for many years. My choice of a BLT sandwich was expertly prepared, very tasty with first class ingredients. My partners choice was a hot beef sandwich on Gluten free bread. While this... Read full review
- All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
Parking & Transport
- On site parking
|Open (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
|Tuesday - Saturday||09:00||- 17:00|
* * Closed 25, 26 Dec and 1 Jan *
Map & Directions
Broom House Farm is about 5 miles west of Durham City. Follow brown tourist signs from Witton Gilbert roundabout on the A691 Durham-Consett road. It is signposted uphill about 2 miles from this point.