raspberry, redcurrant, blackcurrant, broad bean, gooseberry & Strawberry pyo open



pick your own

Come and pick your own Oxfordshire fruit, vegetables and flowers from our 45 acres of colourful produce, all grown just for you. 

You can enjoy Rectory Farm produce practically all year round - it simply doesn't get fresher than picking your own. Start with asparagus brunches and rhubarb tarts and crumbles in April, and then enjoy a long summer of strawberries, artichoke, broad beans, courgettes, raspberries, redcurrants, blackberries and blackcurrants.

Autumn brings a hearty crop of sweetcorn and pumpkins, and our many varieties of potatoes are available to buy all year round, from baby salad potatoes to red and white spuds perfect for baking, mashing, roasting and boiling. 

The perfect day out

Explore our 45 acres of PYO fields, our well-stocked farm shop, cafe and woodland play area for a beautiful day out in the countryside.

Kick the day off with a hot cup of Coffee Mongers coffee and a freshly baked pastry from the café. Fill your punnets with strawberries and raspberries and then head for our colourful vegetable patch to pick trayfuls of broad beans, sweetcorn, artichoke and courgettes. Pop into our flower fields for a bright bunch of gladioli or sunflowers to pop in a vase when you get home, and after a blissful morning of fruit & vegetable picking, enjoy a fresh lunch of seasonal produce from our café, on our benches in the sunshine.

Finish the day in the farm shop, stocking up on freshly baked bread (delivered daily), honey from our very own bees and lots of locally-sourced treats from small suppliers whose core values match our own. Pair your freshly picked fruit with lashings of rich Jersey Longley Farm double cream and Cotswold meringues. We insist!

Uncompromising local quality produce

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You’ll find café at the back of the farm shop, where you can treat yourself to an excellent Dark Horse Roastery coffee or cup of teapigs tea, freshly pressed fruit juices and locally made Hooray's gelato in the summer months.

Choose a slice of homemade cake - including plenty of gluten free and vegan options - a freshly baked croissant, a bowl of homemade seasonal soup or a toastie, a slice of quiche, a tasty wrap or a generously filled breakfast bagel.

Farm shop

Rectory Farm Shop is open from March to December annually. We sell all our own homegrown produce when in season - including several varieties of our own potatoes - picked and on the shelves within a few hours.

We work tirelessly to source the best quality local products from Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and the Cotswolds. In our fridges you’ll find local poultry, lamb and beef from D'Oyley's Farm in Stadhampton; pies and sausage rolls from Eadles Farm in neighbouring Beckley village, award winning cheeses from Nettlebed Creamery, Kingcott Dairy and The Oxford Cheese Company; North Cotswolds Dairy milk, and traditional farmhouse Cotswold Butter – plus all manner of condiments and cooking sauces, baking supplies, biscuits, pantry essentials, free range eggs and milk. Our bread and pastries arrive freshly baked each morning from the Natural Bread Company in Oxford and Degustibus artisan bakers in Abingdon.

cheese hamper


The Rectory Farm picking season runs from April - October, starting with asparagus and finishing with pumpkins. 

Our strawberries ripen up at the start of May and finish into September. Check out our PYO page to see what's in season when, and for lots of recipe ideas.

Plan your visit

Enjoy a day out at Rectory Farm picking all your favourite fruit and vegetables to take home and enjoy. Remember to bring your own punnets and carrier bags to help us reduce plastic use.

Visit the shop from March - December to stock up on kitchen essentials and all our ready-picked fruit and vegetables if you’re short on time.

rectory farm cafe

Join us for coffee and locally baked pastries, a pot of tea and a slice of homemade cake or a cool ice-cream topped with a flake. 

We have both indoor seating and outdoor seating (covered and uncovered) and plenty of space for families and groups to gather and catch up over good food and drink.