'From field to freezer in a day' sums up our ice cream making process in that freshness and provenance are foremost. The luxurious ice cream for which we've become known together with the smooth textured sorbets made with local fruit where possible are displayed in the farm's ice cream parlour which doubles as a cafe serving coffee, tea, snacks, light lunches, and refreshments.
This is complemented with a certified campsite with electric hookup availability, and ablutions block. Adjacent to the campsite is a play area for younger children which is available to campers and visiting public alike.
Visitors to the farm can access the farm trail for a small fee for anyone aged 12 and above (with those younger than 12 entering for free). The trail passes by the Play area and then through field and copse to woodland and a popular Adventure trail. From there it passes through Wildflower meadows, resplendent in late June, and then into ancient woodland arriving at a 19th-century lime Kiln. The path then loops back toward the farmstead. Along the way, spectacular views into Monmouthshire and north towards Hereford are afforded.
Free entry for cafe and ice cream parlour
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday 11am until 5pm.
Closed Monday and Tuesday.
Open April until end September (see Rowlstone Farmhouse Ice cream Facebook/Instagram pages for actual dates).
- Baby changing
- High chairs available
- Outdoor Seating
- Picnic's welcome
- Public toilets
- On-site cafe/restaurant
- Children welcome
- Dogs welcome
- Accepts groups
- Disabled access
- Disabled facilities
- Free parking
- Locally Sourced (Herefordshire or neighbouring counties)
- Rural location
Directions & Parking
Caring For The Planet
We always seek local suppliers of ingredients for our products as a preference eg Windmill hill fruits of Harewood End. Tygwyn cider, Rowlestone. Gwatkins Cider, Abbeydore.
We are felling Ash woodland suffering Ash Die Back disease with new planting of British native hardwood trees and entering the Countryside Stewardship scheme to encourage biodiversity.
The cows roam free to graze for 7 months of the year from April until the end of October.
- Energy from renewable sources
- Recycling (>75% of all waste)
Rowlestone Farmhouse Ice cream Recommends
Ty Gwyn for a pint of their artisan cider.
The three castles of Grosmont, Skenfrith and Whitecastle.
Climb the Skirrid, the Sugar Loaf or the 'Cat's Back'.
Our local pubs in Ewyas Harold, Kentchurch, Walterstone and Longtown.