For online shopping, click on the Online Shop or Our Shop links above. For more information on our farm, growing chillies and cooking with chillies, click on the 'The Farm' on the navigation bar.
APRIL 2011 - NEW SHOP AND CAFE NOW OPEN. Our shop has moved into a new building on the farm and we now have a cafe too. The cafe is open during the day time and serves teas, coffee and light meals. Chilli features highly on the menu, there is outside seating and the views are stunning and far reaching.
The South Devon Chilli Farm started in 2003 and has grown steadily to the point where we now grow over 10,000 chilli plants every year and harvest tons of fresh chillies which we sell fresh or use in our range of chilli sauces, preserves and chilli chocolate.
Our farm and shop are open for visitors and as such we are unique in this country. Nowhere else can you come along and wander among the fruiting chilli plants, sample all of the sauces, preserves and chocolate made on the farm and take away chilli seedlings, plants and seeds.
The farm, shop and cafe are now open from 10-4.30 seven days a week, but we are closed at weekends between New Year and 11th February. As well as the things we make, we also have fresh chillies for sale from July to November and also sell dried and smoked chillies.
You may also see our products for sale in farm shops and delicatessens near you. We are now expanding beyond our loyal outlets in the West Country to supplying shops nationwide.
Our rise to fame has been well documented in the media with numerous features in national newspapers as well as TV appearances on BBC Gardeners World, BBC Country File, James Wong's "Grow Your Own Drugs" on BBC2, ITV, West Country TV and UKTV Food. We are also recommended by Jamie Oliver as a supplier of chillies. Jamie says "As you know I am a Chilli freak and these guys grow the best in the country".
Tom Parker-Bowles, food writer and confirmed chilli lover, has also recommended our products in his regular Mail on sunday Column.
Feel free to browse around our site and learn more about us, we hope you find it rewarding.
Visit the Farm
We open to visitors every day from 10-4pm, but please note we are closed at weekends between New Year and 11th February.
Our farm shop sells our range of chilli sauces, chilli preserves, dried chillies, fresh chillies (from mid-July) and our famous chilli chocolate products. We also sell chilli seeds and chilli growing products. From mid-April, we sell chilli seedlings and mature chilli pot plants later in the season.
Visitors are welcome to wander around the farm. From July, our show-tunnel has a display of around 100 varieties of chilli plants to enjoy.
The farm is situated 1 mile north of Loddiswell village on the B3196 heading towards California Cross, A38 and South Brent. The farm is signposted on the right at Wigford Cross, down a lane marked "Hazelwood 1".
From the North (from A38)
From the A38, south-bound carriageway, leave on the junction marked Ugborough, Modbury, Ermington and Plymouth Park & Ride. Turn left off the sliproad and follow the road to a crossroads. Go straight over the crossroads - signposted Loddiswell. After 2.5 miles you will pass a petrol station on the left; take the first left turn after the petrol station - signposted Loddiswell. The farm is 1.6 miles along this road. You will see our sign at Wigford Cross on the left - turn left here. Be careful; this is a sharp turning. The farm is eighty metres down this lane and on the right. If you are travelling north on the A38, take the South Brent turn-off; go under the A38; back onto the south-bound A38 carriageway and follow the directions above.