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Bath Soft Cheese Cafe & Shop
Found in the gorgeous countryside surrounding Bath, Bath Soft Cheese is a dairy farm known for its award winning cheeses and amazing cafe, loved by locals and tourists alike. Stop in for a quick coffee or take a tour around the farm and factory and see how the amazing cheese is produced — and of course, meet the cows! All located in one area, Bath Soft Cheese is made up of a working dairy, café and shop, so there is plenty to browse here. The café has a delicious menu serving breakfast, lunch and snacks, with plenty of cheesy influences. Maybe you’ll go for a toasted sandwich filled with Bath Blue and bacon or Wyfe of Bath and gammon, or maybe a luxurious whole wheel of bath soft cheese with potatoes and focaccia to dip is more your style. And make sure you pop into the shop to pick up some treats to take home with you too. Bath Soft Cheese is a perfect day out and isn’t a spot to be missed!
Come and enjoy the countryside, taste our award-winning cheese and delicious homemade food at Park Farm, Kelston, home of Bath Soft Cheese.
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