Daynes Farm Shop

Daynes Farm Shop
Cafe and coffee shop in Totnes
Harberton, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 7FB
Opening hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (Wed - Fri), 10:00 - 17:00 (Sat), 10:00 - 16:00 (Sun), closed (Mon / Tue)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Coffee is sourced locally and was a superb cappuccino


Sweet tooth? Try a slice of their famous rhubarb, orange & almond cake alongside a freshly baked sausage or veggie sausage roll (using locally sourced meat) or a very moreish cheese & bacon turnover


You’ll find all your brunch favourites here (baps & morning pastries) alongside seasonal breakfast & lunch snacks, homemade cakes, cookies, biscuits and locally roasted coffee. Be sure to try a slice of their rhubarb, orange & almond cake alongside one of the generously filled cheese & onion pasties from the counter


Americano (£2.80), cappuccino (£3.00), tea (loose-leaf, £2.50), soups (£6.95), breakfast baps (£5.95), large pasties (£4.50), small pasties (£3.50), sandwiches (£5.95), savoury tart (£3.50), cheese & bacon turnover (£3.50), croissants (£1.50), cookies (£1.50), slice of cake (£3.00), chocolate brownie heart (£3.00)


There’s no bike racking but we’re off the beaten track here and there’s plenty of space in the terraced seating area for your bikes


With panoramic views across the surrounding Devon countryside their large balcony seating area is ideal for groups of all sizes, additionally you’ll find a limited number of seats inside their cosy, chic wooden huts during those cooler rides (pictured)


Situated just 11 miles north of the picturesque harbour town of Dartmouth and 4 miles south-west of hip Totnes, we’re surrounded by quiet, scenic Devon roads aplenty. If looking for suggestions we’d highly recommend taking the coastal road from Dartmouth to Kingsbridge through Strete and Slapton Sands & Torcross, then onto sunny Salcombe and beyond!

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A hidden gem of North Devon, a superb family-run cafe and farm shop with spectacular views overlooking sunny Devon countryside alongside cosy, seated shepherd huts and plenty of space for groups of all sizes.

The menu changes daily along with the on-site deli; delicious savoury snacks on our last visit including a caramelised onion, beetroot & goats cheese tart alongside moreish cheese & bacon turnovers and generously filled breakfast baps (sausage, bacon, egg or mushroom). Other all-day bites included a choice of homemade soups (leek & potato or vegetable), generously filled pasties (cheese & onion or beef) and sandwiches (BLT) too (pictured).

For those with a sweet tooth like us you’re in for a treat, all are homemade and during our last visit featured a chocolate brownie heart, passionfruit melting moment, raspberry ripple macaroon, croissants (plain / pan au chocolat) and gingerbread cookie. Cakes were a banana & chocolate, red velvet or rhubarb, orange & almond (all pictured).

Situated just off the busy A381, four miles south-west of the hip town of Totnes the farm shop is ideally placed for that cycle club pitstop before continuing onwards south towards Dartmouth (11 miles) and onto the bustling town of Kingsbridge via breathtaking coastal roads. Ultimately leading onto sunny Salcombe perhaps for an ice cream or two?!

Last visited in March 2024

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