Rectory Farm homegrown potatoes, we grow three varieties of main crop potatoes, which are all-rounders – good for anything.

Jelly – white potato, bigger in size than our other varieties, yellow flesh, excellent for roasting and baking, makes good mash. Described as the perfect mix between a wax and floury potato.

Saxon – white potato, generally slightly smaller in size, excellent for mashing, chips and roasting. Our long standing favourite with many of our customers.

Mozart – red potato, excellent for mashing, roasting, wedges and baking. We like to roast these with the skin on so you can still see the red skin.



Store in a cool, dark, dry place, we recommend storing the bags in your garage just make sure they don’t sit on a cold concrete floor. We supply in paper bags, this keeps our potatoes fresher for longer, make sure you roll them down after you pick your favourites to keep the rest of the crop dark. They shouldn’t sprout at all if kept properly but you may see some movement towards the Spring, the potatoes are still good to eat you just have to remove the sprouts.

All our potatoes are supplied in mixed size bags, good roasties, bakers and potatoes for mash. They are unwashed.

farm shop

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 hard to source the best quality local products from Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and The Cotswolds. In our fridges you’ll find local meat, pies and sausage rolls from Eadles Farm in neighbouring Beckley village, chicken, lamb and beef from D'Oyley's Farm in Stadhampton, award-winning organic cheeses from Nettlebed Creamery, and traditional farmhouse Cotswold Butter – plus all manner of condiments and cooking sauces, baking supplies, biscuits, pantry essentials, free range eggs and milk from Oxfordshire farms and dairies. Our bread arrives each morning from Oxford’s Natural Bread Company 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, a freshly prepared lunch or a hot breakfast bap.

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.