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The Cheese Shed in Nettlebed

The Cheese Shed in Nettlebed is certainly worth a visit in our opinion and we can’t wait to go back and thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience which is based on the same site as the Nettlebed Creamery.

The Cheese Shed
All about The Cheese Shed

The Cheese Shed is set in an open sided barn with extra seating outside the barn. There are straw bales and long tables to sit on made out of scaffolding plus festoon lighting and a sparkling light up ‘The Cheese Shed’ sign. The decor certainly added to the ambience.

The Cheese Shed Light

You will find menus on the tables and at The Cheese Shed itself and you order at The Cheese Shed window. Once your food is ordered you will be given a number and your food is delivered to the table.

Serving Hatch
The Cheese Shed

The cheese toasties are incredible and are made from Highmoor and Witheridge cheese which are made on site at the Nettlebed Creamery. The bread is from Cornfield Bakery in Wheatley and it is certainly a winning combination.

Cheese Toasties
Scaffolding Tables
Straw Bales

During our visit we ordered two toasties, a cappuccino and a diet coke. The total cost came to £14.90, the toasties were £5 each. On the menu are cheese toasties, kefir smoothies, local coffee, hot chocolate, soft drinks and a selection of locally baked cakes.

The Menu

The Cheese Shed is open 6 days a week; Tuesday – Friday 8.30am – 3pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am – 3pm and is closed on Mondays (except bank holidays) and you just turn up and pick a table.

The Cheese Shed
Can I buy any cheese whilst visiting The Cheese Shed?

Inside the barn there was a stall which was set up and you could buy cheese from the Nettlebed Creamery; Bix, Highmoor and Witheridge, cultured butter, organic milk, kefir, eggs, bread, apple juice and honey.

The Cheese Shed Stall
What other facilities are at The Cheese Shed?

On the same site is The Cheese Hatch which is open on Monday’s between 9.30am – 4pm. At The Cheese Hatch you can buy organic milk, cheese, kefir and cultured butter.

The Cheese Hatch
Nettlebed Creamery

There were two portable toilets, plus a car park with overflow car parking.

Car Park
Field in Nettlebed
Where can we find The Cheese Shed?

The address for The Cheese Shed is Nettlebed Creamery, High Street, Nettlebed, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 5DA. Website: https://www.nettlebedcreamery.com/ Telephone Number: 01491 642127

What else is nearby?

Stonor Park and Henley on Thames are both not far from The Cheese Shed. A walk and playground we enjoy visiting in Henley on Thames is Mill Meadows.

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