Hinchliffe's Farm Shop and The Rusty Bull Restaurant

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Great quality home reared produce at Hinchliffe’s and The Rusty Bull Restaurant.

Hinchliffe’s Farm Shop and The Rusty Bull restaurant sit at the heart of the Pennines and Peak District, in between The Holme Valley and The Colne Valley with open countryside and beautiful views. Close to many excellent walking and cycling routes.
As Britain’s oldest farm shop Hinchliffe’s, first opened in 1929 they pride themselves on offering only the absolute best, fresh produce.

Pulling on four generations of farming experience, to deliver exceptional quality. Whether you are looking for home reared beef straight from their own grass fed herd, or fresh eggs daily from the flock of hens on the farm, they are committed to locally reared, grown and homemade food.

Hinchliffes is housed in their state of the art building, which was created in 2019. Offering a large butchers counter, deli counter, wide range of fruit and veg as well as an exceptional wine and beer wall, which is home to world wines and local beers.  Plus their on site bakery and many other locally sourced products.

With so many award winning products to their name, Hinchliffes has a huge range of produce, which is made fresh on site every day. From award winning sausages, bacon and pies, to home reared beef, freshly baked bread, cakes, buns and pastries, farm fresh eggs, hand picked fruit and veg, not to mention jams, pickles, ice creams, and their amazing in house florist Stems. Who create the most contemporary displays.

What’s more, the Hinchliffe family make it their business to handpick every product sold, using their own produce first and then looking to trusted local producers to provide the rest – and their passion for great food is matched by their passion for good, old-fashioned service.

But beef is what Hinchliffe’s is most famous for and the meat from its pedigree herd, reared on pasture in the local area is hand-selected with the family involved at each stage of feeding and handling.

Hinchliffe’s highly-skilled butchers bone out our beef, pork and lamb for the cuts and joints to fill our huge Meat counter or cure the meat, and make award winning sausages, bacon and homemade pies and pasties on site everyday.

Opening times

9am - 5.30pm, Monday to Saturday

10am – 4pm Sunday

The Rusty Bull restaurant is housed next to Hinchliffes on site and has a modern British gastro menu, inspired by Hinchliffes produce to create exceptional quality dishes. Whether you’re looking for breakfast, afternoon tea, lunch, or dinner The Rusty Bull has an enviable menu to suit any palate. Seating extends from indoors to outside on the terrace which offers superb views of the surrounding countryside from where you can enjoy your meal or just a relaxing drink.

With breakfast favourites such as the Chorizo omelette, or the full English – packed with Hinchliffe’s award winning produce, or if you fancy something from the ala carte lunch menu, like one of the small plates; Hinchliffes beef fritters, or something more substantial like the slow roast lamb pie. Even better book in for a true culinary experience and try the evening ala carte menu. With favourites such as G&T Salmon starter, or Hinchliffes home reared steak, or the delicious baked cod with warming Orzo. As well as a fabulous cocktail menu, and world wines.

And if you can’t dine in, then you can also dine out, taking advantage of Hinchliffe’s take away deli menu.

Or Hinchliffes outside catering service offers a bespoke taste of its homegrown produce and restaurant favourites in the venue of your choosing. Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, wedding or corporate event, Hinchliffe’s can cater for anything from an informal buffet to a gourmet banquet, along with second to none service – whenever and wherever you need it.

Visit  www.hinchcliffes.com and www.therustybull.com for more information.


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  • On-Site Parking

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