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Cammas Hall Farm is a family-owned and run business located in the beautiful Essex countryside which provides a memorable day out for all the family! We were voted PYO of the Year 2023 by the Farm Retail Association. If you wish to PYO at the farm please visit our website to check our fruit availability, book a slot and purchase your fruit voucher.
Alongside our seasonal PYO, Tea Barn, play area and nature trail you can also pick up a wealth of local produce in our Farm Shop including our own jam, honey and infamous homemade sausage rolls! Local suppliers really are at the heart of our operation and we are delighted to be able to support small, independent businesses in our community. We pride ourselves on ensuring that the produce you buy from our farm shop is fresh, delicious and has a lessened environmental impact as it has not travelled far!
If you don’t have time to PYO, we’ll have a selection of our fruit ready picked too (subject to seasonal availability) to just grab and go. We all have all the accompaniments including fresh cream, homemade meringues and jam making kits.
We offer bread & cake, meat & fish, eggs & cheese and fresh veg & fruit alongside a wide variety of bottles, jars and packaged goods from around the region. There’s always something tasty available to grab for dinner and something to wash it down with – choose from our selection of local wines, spirits, ales and cider! In addition we have a great selection of gifts, greetings cards, toys and books to choose from.
Riverbank Nursery supply us with some beautiful plants, cut flowers and plant accessories and of course you can pick up our own beautiful sunflowers in season.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
- Disabled access
Map & Directions
We are situated approximately eight miles south east of the market town of Bishop’s Stortford and 13 miles west of Chelmsford just outside the historic village of Hatfield Broad Oak. Our post code for navigation is CM22 7JT. This post code will take you to the entrance of the arable farm. The entrance to the fruit farm is located on the same road approximately half a mile away. Please follow the signs.
We have plenty of free parking on site. Disabled parking is located directly in front of the farm shop.
Public Transport Directions
There is no public transport directly to the farm. The nearest station to the farm is Sawbridgeworth, approximately 5 miles away, where taxi services are available. Bus 305 (from Bishop’s Stortford) stops in the nearby village of Hatfield Broad Oak which is around a mile’s walk to the farm along country roads with no pavements.