Strawberries have been grown on Goodall land in Lymington since Herbert Goodall started in 1912. Today, Brian and Pauline have developed the business to include a wider range of fruit and vegetables and a small family run seasonal shop selling mainly homemade and very locally made produce. In 2016 Goodall's introduced their 'tea garden' and in "normal" times also serve delicious cream teas.
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Whether you pick a glorious English summer’s day or a more typical one, you’ll discover a paradise of delectable soft fruits and seasonal vegetables and salad, plus a multitude of home made jams and other goodies concocted from the fresh produce. Pick your own fruit and vegetables in a lovely setting, on a sunny south facing hillside where you could be anywhere in the English countryside. Yet you’re a stone’s throw from Lymington, and when you stand up to rest your back you can see Lymington River and the Isle of Wight from your privileged vantage point.
A great family outing, Goodall's Strawberry Farm is a lovely place to come with the children. They learn where their fruit and vegetables come from and have a great time in the open air to run and play.
It's a beautiful spot, and we think the strawberries are possibly the best tasting in the world. Pick your own or if you're short of time there are freshly picked punnets, plus other goodies, from Pauline's Pantry!
Goodalls usually opens at the beginning of May under the poly tunnels – which is great because you can even pick in the rain! From then on it’s then open every day: 10am to 4pm, 7 days a week.
It’s all very simple: take a basket from the kiosk, fill it and bring it back to weigh. Pick your own is half the price of the fruit on the counter but that’s almost not the point, picking is the part of the pleasure!
Goodall's is a short stroll from the Isle of Wight ferry and conveniently located near the New Forest Adventure Golf and Walhampton Golf Club.
In Autumn time Goodalls have pumpkins! Come along during October half term and choose your pumpkins for Halloween lanterns - or to make some delicious homemade pumpkin soup and pumpkin pie!
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