Silkwood Farm, Ossett
Open Today: 9:00am - 10:00pm
various flavours of ice cream labelled at ice cream counter

Ice cream at Silkwood Farm, Ossett

If you’ve visited one of our Farmhouse Inns, you’re probably pretty familiar with our famous Ice Cream Parlours, stacked to the brim with Beechdean ice cream. And if you're yet to stop by your local, there's a whole world of sweet treats waiting for you, whether you love nothing more than a simple single-scoop treat to an all-singing, all-dancing triple-stacked cone with all the toppings. And with a trio of delicious ice cream sundaes and a menu full of perfect puddings to explore, there are a lot of reasons to pop down and see us.

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The Ice Cream Parlour

If you ask us, there's always time for an ice cream, and our Ice Cream Parlours are ready and waiting for you. Take your pick from a tub or cone, then we'll fill it with one, two or THREE scoops of our delicious Beechdean ice cream. We've also got a choice of sauces and tasty toppings for the ultimate finishing touch. Pop into your local Farmhouse Inns to explore today's selection, and in the meantime, take a look at some of our favourite flavours.

Eton Mess Sundae

Every day's a sundae

With eye-popping designs and tasty flavour combinations, our sundaes are perfect for any occasion. Which will you try next? How about the Crunchy Munchy, with plenty of toffee, fudge and honeycomb flavours, or the Eton Mess, with the classic combination of strawberries and clotted cream? Or maybe our luxurious Chocolate Brownie, with pieces of chewy brownie and rich chocolate ice cream.

On the farm with Beechdean

We're serious when it comes to ice cream, which is why all the scoops in our Ice Cream Parlour and in our ice cream sundaes come from Beechdean. Founded in 1989 by Andrew and Susie Howard, who met while studying Agricultural Science at university, Beechdean Dairies was built on 30 years of family farming know-how and today makes up to 10,000 litres of ice cream an HOUR. But why is Beechdean ice cream so special? And how is it made? Let's find out more!

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