At Withies Deli we’d like to have a nice big farm shop in Somerset where we’d stock everytihng from fresh veg to local meat, artisan bread and pain d’epi, gourmet Spanish food, Italian food and French food and of course incredible Somerset local produce.

However we started out with a market stall then sold our field to pay for our little Somerset delicatessen where we sell… gourmet French food, Italian food, Spanish food and incredible local Somerset produce alongside our sourdough bread, pork and beef raised on site and of course we stock lots of lemonade, jams, honey and chutneys from our friends at the markets.

We’ve also made lots of new friends whose beer, wine, cider and gin we sell along with cheese, olives, salami and pates. If you’re looking for a foodie gift or a cheese hamper we’re more than happy to help. We run bread making classes for beginners to intermediate so whether you’re a beginner keen to cut through the baking jargon or crack on with the sourdough school Jamie is happy to act as a bread consultant to anyone and everyone.

Laura runs beeswax wraps courses where you can learn to make and care for a colourful reusable food wrap that will brighten up your fridge and help save the world too. We regularly have friends in to run pasta classes and foraging in Somerset, Devon and Dorset workshops so keep your eye on our calendar and book these up as soon as you see them!

Our deli is a beautiful, tactile place full of wonderful smells and taste exeriences set in a tranquil location. The other shops on site, Hattys AtticEdwinas FlowersPallker Art GlassCoates English Willow and The Lemon Tree cafe all work together to complement each other and make your days shopping fulfilling and relaxing. We have recently renovated the free car parking, there are facilities on site, fascinating tours and museums or you could just leave everyone to it and take the little ones for a woodland walk.

We’re not big enough to stock everything but we are personal enough to connect with you, to care. Here’s a little of what we do: