Tender spears that shout SPRING.
Serve with soft herb butter and sourdough, boiled eggs or a simple anchovy dressing.
As the season warms, whizz into soups or layer into tarts and frittatas.
Welcome to All Hallows Farmhouse
Located on the outskirts of an historic English village, All Hallows’ Farmhouse offers a unique venue within a rural environment. Over the last seven years we have loved every moment of opening the doors of this Georgian farmhouse to visitors from far and wide.
Inspired by our cookery guests, who have been eager to take a slice of country life home from their travels, we are now excited to share exclusively designed products within our online store. A beautiful range for the kitchen, garden, pantry & larder. Everything especially created for us by amazing people who call the West Country home, as well as a few especially selected treats from further afield.
All Hallows Farmhouse AGA Cookery Courses & Online Store
Take a peek at our most popular classes & favourite homewares…
Lovely words from our guests and customers
‘Thank you for a wonderful weekend. We really enjoyed it and have come away much more knowledgeable, confident and certainly inspired. So much so that we popped to our nearest AGA shop on the way home to buy some new kit! You both made as feel very welcome and at home.’
Online AGA cookery tuition
‘Lisa I can’t begin to thank you for your help. I am feeling so much more confident. Thank you also for forwarding all of the notes and additional cooking instructions.’
Residential Two Day Class
‘I can’t stop thinking about our wonderful days with you in your kitchen. It is really one of the best experiences I’ve ever had in my life. I hope to return with all the family someday, even if just to stay a night or two. I am also very excited to get home and start using my AGA.’
Mid March through to early April, is quite often referred to as the 'hungry gap' by farmers and growers. The stored root crops from winter are dwindling and if the weather is harsh and we experience a 'blackthorn winter'*, there is little coming though in the form of...
As we approach the start of British Summer Time, this is one of the busiest times in the gardening calendar. Seed trays and pots are jostling for space in the greenhouse and the cold frame is standing room only. Sweet pea plants are being religiously brought out...