AboutBroom House Farm is an organic farm situated high above the Browney River Valley and overlooking Durham City. We breed our own Aberdeen Angus beef, lamb, mutton and Saddleback pork. The butchery displays in our farm shop showcase these products, properly hung and skilfully presented by our master butchery team.
People travel miles to get their hands on our range of pork, beef and lamb sausages.
We use traditional recipes and the best meat for our scrummiest sausages.
The shop also stocks a wide range of organic dairy produce and poultry, locally baked breads and a range of chutneys, sauces and other complementary delicacies, as well as cakes etc. baked in the Coffee Shop next door.
- Certificate of Excellence 2018
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good53
- Kate LTrip Type:FamilyGreat food! Shame about the poor ventilation...Saturday, 22nd December 2018Called in for breakfast after really enjoying our last visit in the summer - the food is absolutely fantastic! Everything is locally sourced too. The cafe is dog friendly, which is great :) Only... Read full review
- Rileyj01Jeddah, Saudi ArabiaDurham's Best Kept SecretWednesday, 16th January 2019Broom House Farm is a great family day out and not as commonly know as it should be. The food is of great quality fresh baked products and fresh home made sandwiches using fresh farm products. When... Read full review
- 242abbysTrip Type:FamilyLovely lunchTuesday, 22nd January 2019My mam and I went here for lunch and had an absolutely lovely meal, we both had the bourbon beef and caramelised onion toastie which was absolutely delicious and very good value for money. We didn't... Read full review
- All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
Parking & Transport
- On site parking
|Open (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|
|Monday - Saturday||09:00||- 17:00|
|Bank Holiday||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.