We get lots of questions here at Yeo Valley. So many, in fact, that we thought it might be handy to put the ones we hear most often, all in one place. And that place is here.
Yeo Valley (Holt Farm) is a working farm and we ask that you take care when visiting, keep to the footpaths as shown by your guide, and be mindful of farm machinery and animals. Please close all gates.
The Organic Garden FAQs
How can I find the garden?
Yeo Valley Organic Garden,
Holt Farm, Bath Road, Blagdon,
It’s best to come by car, but don’t use sat nav or it’ll send you on a wild goose chase.
When can I visit?
Our Organic Garden and tearoom are open from 21st April 2021 – 31st October 2021 from 9am – 5pm Wednesdays & Fridays. We are also open on Saturdays in June, July & October!
Booking is essential.
How do I book to visit the garden?
Click here to go to our Organic Garden page to book.
Does it cost to visit the garden?
It’s £6 for adults, £2 for 2yrs- 16yrs, under 2’s go free
If you are an RHS, Gardeners World, Garden Organic member please email email@example.com to receive a code for either your 2-4-1 or free tickets.
Can I come to the tearoom without visiting the garden?
Sadly not, it’s situated within the garden and is open to garden visitors only.
What about parking?
There’s plenty of space for parking.
What is the disabled access like?
The garden is large (6.5 acres) and has lots of steps, paths, gravel and some open water, so it isn’t all wheelchair-accessible. But, you can easily get around various parts of the garden – and visit our lovely cafe too.
If you’d like to know more about accessibility, give us a ring on 01761 258155.
Can I bring my dog?
The garden is part of a working farm so sadly, as much as we love them, we can’t let them in.
Our car park doesn’t benefit from much shade, so it’d be best to leave your dog at home.
- How can I find the garden?
Do you run organic gardening tutorials, or is this something you'll consider doing in future?
We don’t currently run gardening tutorials but we do have a number of events in the garden. Find out more here.
- Do you run organic gardening tutorials, or is this something you'll consider doing in future?
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