Set in beautiful countryside on the Hampshire/Sussex border, a stone’s throw from Petersfield, Durleighmarsh Farm with its family-run Farm Shop and Pick-Your-Own offers a huge range of top quality fruit and vegetables throughout the season.
The Pick-Your-Own is open from late May until October and the Farm Shop is open all year round. We stock a wide range of high-quality, locally produced food, many of our suppliers come from within a 20 miles radius. This means your food does not have so far to travel! Look out for our Food Miles signs in the Farm Shop!
Click here for the Farm Shop opening times.
In season we attend local farmer's markets, for more information and dates, click here....
Alongside the farm shop we have the Tea Barn which is now run by Alexandra's Kitchen, where you can relax and enjoy wonderful food and drink in a glorious setting, call them on 01730 818286 or visit their website... for more details.
The Tea Barn is open 6 days a week, being closed on a Monday.
Our asparagus has proved so popular that we've had to allocate over 100 acres to it!! Available in the farm shop.....
Durleighmarsh Farm grows 12 fruit crops and over 20 different types of vegetables as well as herbs and PYO Flowers in 25 acres!
Tuesday: 9am to 5pm
Wednesday: 9am to 5pm
Thursday: 9am to 5pm
Friday: 9am to 5pm
Saturday: 9am to 5pm
Sunday: 10am to 1pm
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Sorry dogs are not allowed in the PYO or the Farm Shop.
Can I pay with a card? Yes we accept all major cards for our PYO and farm shop.
Is the farm and shop suitable for wheel chair access? Yes, but please be aware that it is a working farm and there may be a few lumps and bumps.
Do you have a lavender farm? We have a small lavender bed and are currently looking into expanding this side of the farm, watch this space!
Is the farm suitable for child buggies? Similar to wheelchair access, yes but please be aware that it is a working farm and there may be a few lumps and bumps!