Gwithian itself may be small, but it’s surprisingly well served by local shops selling fresh produce. There are two brilliant farm shops within a couple of miles of the village and its surrounds, showcasing all the very best local produce, from fish and meat to veg and deli goods. For more choice head to Hayle, just down the road, where you’ll find delis, ice cream parlours and two popular pasty shops.
(Pictured) Farm shop with butcher, fishmonger, fresh fruit and veg and deli offerings, ‘pick your own’ fruit and veg throughout summer and autumn, and a family-friendly cafe.
Produce from small artisan producers, including free-range meat, award-winning cheeses and dairy products and hand-pressed apple juices, amongst many other things…
(Pictured) Established in 1958 and still run by the same family today, Philps produces some of Cornwall’s finest pasties. They also deliver if you can’t get to the shop in person.
This shop opened as a butcher in 1966 and now sells a range of deli goods, Cornish drinks, and a range of delicious pasties, which you can watch being filled and crimped as you browse the shop.
(Pictured) Little deli in Hayle selling charcuterie, cheese, chocolate, and a fridge full of delicious local goodies, plus fresh salads, sandwiches and coffee to go.
Artisan ice cream and fudge made using the best local ingredients to a secret recipe. Available at two shops in the centre of Hayle.
Located in the Old Foundry Chapel in Hayle, this refill shop has a refill milk station, locally made bread, freshly made juices, eggs and snacks.