The Hobbs Family have been baking in the Cotswolds since the 1920's and are now bringing up their sixth generation of aspiring bakers. A visit to the fascinating town of Tetbury brings the opportunity to visit one of their shops. As well as selling a wonderful range of bread (including sourdough made from their 60 year old sourdough starter) you will be tempted by the amazing display of cakes, buns and patisserie. Hiker's Bars, pictured here are packed full of juicy fruit and a great way of keeping children (and adults!) going until lunchtime.
Hobbs House Bakery was established in the Cotswolds in the 1920s and is a true family business who are now bringing up the sixth generation of aspiring bakers. They have four shops across the Cotswolds in Cirencester, Tetbury, Chipping Sodbury and Nailsworth. Their award winning bread is the common feature with an array of loaves available. While you will be unable to resist the smell of freshly baked bread, your eye will also be caught by the amazing display of cakes, buns and patisserie all shouting to be eaten. As one visitor wrote, "a trip to a Hobbs House shop is an unmissable pleasure." Why not call into one of their bakeries and taste for yourself…make sure you buy enough – it won't last for long!
For more information https://hobbshousebakery.co.uk
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