Rowlestone Farmhouse Ice Cream


Real luxury dairy ice cream made on the farm from our own cows’ milk. Our meadows feed our lovely herd, which provide the quality milk that goes into making our homemade ice cream. No artificial additives, no ‘E’ numbers, no stabilisers – just pure, natural ingredients.

Our Flavours

rowl2Our fresh, creamy ice cream is infused with a variety of flavours, from traditional ones (like chocolate, strawberry or honeycomb) to sumptuous and tantalising ones (like mascarpone and caramelised pecans, whisky and orange marmalade, and most recently, white chocolate and chillies).

We also have non-dairy sorbets, which have a lovely creamy texture of their own, without any milk products.

For the ice cream aficionado, or those in search of something different, we produced a limited range of wacky new flavours for a special event: Asparagus sorbet, Horseradish ice cream and Roquefort Ice cream!

Our Stockists

We sell through specialist shops and retail outlets in Herefordshire and the Gwent border area.

Do contact us if you are interested in selling our farmhouse ice cream. We can supply it in various sized tubs.


rowl1We can attend your event for 100+ people:

  • in person with a manned cart
  • by supplying a sliding-top display freezer (containing ‘spoon in lid’ tubs), to serve up to 300.

Our Victorian Ice Cream cart and display freezers tour various shows and events around the county.

You can offer fresh Rolwestone Farmhouse Ice Cream at your wedding, christening, party, fête, dog show, funday or festival!

Contact Us

Mark and Mary Williams, Rowlestone Court, Rowlestone, Hereford, HR2 0DW
01981 240322,

View our pages

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