Shopping at Coleton Fishacre
Whether you’re visiting us after exploring the house and garden, or just dropping in to browse the shop, there’s plenty to see in this recently refurbished destination lifestyle brand shop. Inside, the shop is filled with gifts, homeware, books, local produce and gardening accessories. In the courtyard, you could pick up a plant from the selection which changes seasonally to reflect what’s growing in the garden at the time.
Gifts and more
Our stock changes seasonally to reflect the shifting landscape and time of year. Our items are inspired by the special places that we look after and designs are influenced by the natural environment.
With beautiful bags, scarves, ornaments and sweet treats, there's plenty to choose between if you're looking for a gift (for yourself or a loved one). For a souvenir of Coleton Fishacre, you could pick up a guide book, Coleton Fishacre notebooks, cards mugs or postcards. Or if you've been inspired by the lifestyle of the D'Oyly Carte family, we have books on gin and cocktail making, and Art Deco inspired scarves and accessories.
After looking around the RHS accredited garden, you may be feeling inspired to make some changes to your plot or to add a plant you've seen growing here to your borders as a memento of your visit. The plants for sale at the shop reflect those flowering in the garden, and stylish plant pots, tools and garden accessories are always popular. Inside the shop you'll find seeds, hand tools, gloves, twine and kneelers for sale. You can even purchase a wildflower seed mix which is used to plant the pictorial meadow which flowers in the garden at the height of summer.
At Coleton Fishacre we really focus on the quality and range of our local produce. We source items made in Devon from as close to us as possible; from Salcombe Gin, which is made just an hour away, to jewellery from Totnes company One and Eight. Look out for Hunts Cider which is produced in nearby Stoke Gabriel - they even collect apples from Coleton Fishacre. Our whortleberry jam comes from Barnstable, and is made from the fruit of the bilberry which grows wild on West Country moors. Wortleberry jam is served on the scone tasters in the house kitchen (subject to availability).
Lots for little ones
Young explorers at Coleton Fishacre are spoiled for choice in the shop. We’ve games to play, story and sticker books, traditional toys, as well as lots of extras to help them to tick off some of the 50 things challenges.