A Cheese Shop and More, Where You Can Save 20%

The Fine Cheese Co. Warehouse Shop is different from our Bath and Belgravia, London, cheese shops. At our Tolldown location, you can save 20% by ordering an artisan cheese wheel or any case of delicious food, but retail prices are still available if you want to purchase less.

Why not browse a catalogue of products or simply explore the Warehouse Shop's shelves for something special? A trained cheese-monger is always on-hand to provide recommendations and advice if you have questions.

What's in the Shop?

Artisan Cheese shop
Delicatessen
Wine

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Location

 


Our Warehouse Shop is next to our cheese warehouse, which is next to The Crown pub/Marshfield bakery just off Junction 18/A46. We are 20min from Bath and Bristol and one minute’s drive from the M4 Bath Junction.
 
Coming from the M4
Follow the A46 and turn left at The Crown. Please park in the car park next to Marshfield Bakery, and walk across the road. Follow the signs to our Warehouse Shop. 
 
Coming from Bath
Head towards the M4 on the A46, pass Dyrham on the left, and take thenext turning on the right after West Littleton. We are on the right next to The Crown. Please park in the car park next to Marshfield Bakery, and walk across the road. Follow the signs to our Warehouse Shop.

Opening Hours

MONDAY - FRIDAY
09.00 - 16.00

You may however book an appointment to buy wholesale amounts, or to collect, by calling us during office hours, Monday to Thursday.

 

 

Contact  

Tolldown Farm, Cotswold Way, Dyrham, CHIPPENHAM. SN14 8HZ.

01225 448748

shop@finecheese.co.uk

 

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Meet Our Team

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Jake, Cheese-monger

Jake’s proof that a love of cheese is all you need. He switched his career in sales and IT to one where he could immerse himself in his passion, cheese. When an opportunity to become a cheese-monger at The Fine Cheese Co. came up, he jumped at the chance!

Baron Bigod and the crown jewel of our American Originals range, Pleasant Ridge, are two cheeses that he would struggle to live without. However, given the chance to produce his own, Jake would make a Manchego without a second thought.

Outside of The Fine Cheese Co., Jake likes to play the guitar and read up on physics, so feel free to question him about his views on superconductors or the Higgs boson if you see him.


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