The Cotswold Cheese Company, Burford, The Cotswolds

The destination cheese shop in the Cotswolds for artisan and farmhouse cheeses. You’ll find them in the picturesque towns of Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold and Morton-in-Marsh.

The Cotswold Cheese Company

The Cotswold Cheese Company shop in Burford.

With a strong emphasis on quality local producers and British Territorial cheeses, a visit to The Cotswold Cheese Company in the lovely Cotswold towns of Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold and Morton-in-Marsh, will help widen your cheese palette. If you can’t visit in person, we think their Cheese-Tasting Club is a great idea.

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Visit the Gateway to the Cotswolds

Burford is a town which is characterised by its beautiful old stone houses and attractive Tudor and Georgian frontages. Walk up the hill and you almost feel like you’re in a period costume drama. You’ll find The Cotswold Cheese Company on the left next to the butcher’s. There’s a picnic table outside so on a warm day, you can sit outside and enjoy your wares.


Historic Cotswold Stone houses in Burford

Taste Burford Cheese

To get a true taste of Cotswold cheese, try Burford cheese which is produced in nearby Kingham. It’s made from Jersey milk in the summer and matured to be sold at 6 months old in the winter. It’s very loosely based on a Beaufort; being a firm cheese with a slightly nutty flavour and golden buttery colour.

Try Local Soft Cheese

For a soft local cheese try St Oswald, an organic rind-washed semi-soft cheese which becomes richer, stronger and more aromatic as it ages. It’s normally matured from 1 to 3 months during which time the rind changes from yellow to orange-brown, and meaty, savoury flavours develop, with a buttery texture. This cheese is so local, it’s collected from the farm.

Join The Cheese Tasting Club

If you can’t visit the shop in person, treat yourself or a loved one, to membership of the Cheese Tasting Club. You’ll receive a monthly cheese hamper with generous wedges.


 Signage outside The Cotswold Cheese Company Burford
 Countryman Blue Plaque Burford The Cotswolds


  • Come for the annual Burford Festival held in June
  • Visit in August, for Alex James (ex Blur bassist turned local cheese maker,) and Jamie Oliver’s Big Feastival where you can take part in cheese-tasting workshops
  • Visit Daylesford Organic Farm in Kingham to taste local cheeses such as Baywell and Adlestrop
  • Looking for a gift? Check out our guide to the Best Gifts For Cheese Lovers

Where To Stay in The Cotswolds 

The Fish Hotel Cotswolds

The Fish Hotel near Broadway is situated on a 400-acre country estate.

Both family friendly and dog-friendly, it has a range of different accommodation options from chic bedrooms to treehouses. Stay here and you’ll find it’s in an ideal location for exploring the Cotswolds.

Ready to start planning a weekend break in the Cotswolds? Check out these recommendations for the Best Places to Stay in The Cotswolds


Fox terrier, Mr Hendricks expert dog friendly days out Cotswolds

Not sure I’m allowed in the shop but there’s a picnic bench outside so we can have a sit down there.

Mr Hendricks

How To Find The Cotswold Cheese Company in Burford

The Cotswold Cheese Company, 113 High Street, Burford, Oxfordshire OX18 4ZG


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Sally is the founder and editor of The Foodie Travel Guide. She travels around the UK and beyond in search of the best foodie days out, tasting experiences and delicious places to stay. She loves a glass of English sparkling wine, afternoon tea with friends and escaping London for gastronomic adventures.