VISITOR INFORMATION

FAQs

Directions


We are located at Barhouse Farm, Elmore, Gloucester, GL2 3NT - from Gloucester city, you can either access the village via Rea Bridge, by Green Farm estate, or Sellars Bridge at the Pilot Pub. Drive into the village of Elmore, past Elmore Court, past the village hall, and we are 200 yards on the left after the hall. We are 8 minutes drive from junction 12 of the M5.




Products and Prices


We like to ensure as wide a range of flavours are available for when you visit, either in scoops or in takeaway tubs. We always advertise the day's designated flavours on our social media pages. Though we always aim to have enough replacements of each flavour each day, they do sell out! Please ask in the shop for any allergen information. A dairy-free option is normally available upon request. Gelato (includes cone or tub and Wholly wafer):
1 scoop - £2.90 2 scoops - £4.00 3 scoops - £5.00 500ml Takeaway tubs - £5.50 500ml Gelato shake - £5.00 Brownie Flake - 80p Milk - £1.40/litre Glass bottle - £2.00 (to keep and re-use) Syrup shots - 50p/shot Instructions for milk vending are clearly displayed inside the milk vending room. If you have any questions, please ask in the shop during opening hours, or ring the buzzer.




The Farmyard


The Cows We are a working farm and as such many aspects of farm life will be visible to you when you visit. We normally have calves on view in the farm yard, and the main milking herd can be seen depending upon the time of day you visit. During the warmer months when the cows are free-grazing, we often bring the cows across the road from nearby fields. Afternoon milking commences at 1530 each day. We kindly request that you do not climb on any gates or feed the animals. But take as many photos as you want, they're very photogenic! Dogs

Since there are animals here on the farm we prefer there to be as little visiting animals as possible for biosecurity; but well behaved dogs are allowed on a lead. We ask them not to get close to the farm animals because of the risk of disease and infection. All waste is the owner's responsibility. CCTV For our security and safety we have closed circuit television cameras on the farm Privacy Please be mindful that the farm is also a family home




Parking


The car park is clearly marked on the right hand side of the road to the farm entrance. Any overflow parking will be clearly defined during busier months. Please ensure you are careful when crossing the road, especially with young children.




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