Hawarden estate farm shop

Lifestyle | January 18, 2017

RELAXED MORNING AT THE FARM SHOP

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The Estate Farm Shop in Hawarden – a local estate agent went into raptues about it when he mentioned it to us last year. He said how much he loved going there with his family. I felt perfectly comfortable in Hawarden the first time when we went to see Gladstone’s Library. It’s always like that with me. Either I immediately fall in love with a city or a village or it just won’t happen, no matter how often I’m going back afterwards.

 
 

As mentioned in Monday’s post (here), I didn’t feel like leaving the house on Sunday. I had the idea of staying in bed for as long as I possibly could and heading to the couch later on to watch Netflix all day. Somehow the notion of a yummy breakfast at the Estate Farm Shop in Hawarden sounded more appealing in the end. We absolutely loved it there. We both ordered the vegetarian breakfast which was large and delicious. I can’t recommend it enough. After that we bought a few things such as tea, bread and different kinds of beer. We love that you get local foods in farmshops but also some unusual kinds of tea or beer. We got the Penlon Cottage Beer for Joerg and though I don’t really like the taste of alcohol, I took a sip and really liked the ‘Tipsy Tup Pale Ale’. This doesn’t happen often with me but of course I’m anything but an expert. At the till a kind member of the staff started talking to us because she overheard me and Joerg speaking German to each other. Her son has been working in Munich for 7 years and she said how much she loved the city. Having lived there for some years ourselves, we can really get that. We talked about some beautiful tourist attractions in Bavaria and went home afterwards.

 
 

The Estate Farm Shop has now become one of our favourites and we will most certainly pop by to do a little shopping and for breakfast too.

 

What I wore:

Zara Dufflecoat (similar here or here), Next Fox Jumper (love this or this one as well), Zara Polka Dot Trousers (similar ones here or here), Zara Booties (similar style here and here), Mulberry Lily Bag
 
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Zara Dufflecoat (similar here or here), Next Fox Jumper (love this or this one as well), Zara Polka Dot Trousers (similar ones here or here), Zara Booties (similar style here and here), Mulberry Lily Bag

 
 

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thelifbissue43

It’s such a great farm shop, somehow it reminded me a little bit of the States, maybe because of the interior. Thanks so much Mary.xx

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Anca

I love farm shops. Last year I had a challenge to visit a new farm shop every month and it was lovely. I enjoyed it a lot.
BTW, I love your outfit, it looks great on you and the foxes are so cute! x

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thelifbissue43

Hahha I just love that challenge. I bet you came across some great ones? Do you have a favourite one?x

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thelifbissue43

Yes, so glad you agree Jodie. I had to have this sweater and just love wearing it.

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thelifbissue43

Aww thank you Johanna, that’s so great to hear. You should definately check them out.

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