A RUSTIC yet high-end farm shop and restaurant selling local produce on the A303 has installed a standout feature for electric vehicle owners.

Commuters can stop off at Teals farm shop to grab a bite to eat and a coffee whilst recharging their motor at a dedicated high-powered charging hub.

A range of connection options plus two dedicated accessible bays for disabled customers and larger vehicles means all types of EV can plug in. 

Drivers can also keep up to date with real-time status updates of their vehicle's charging progress.

Located in South Cadbury, Teals offers visitors a range of locally sourced produce in their farm shop, as well as cooked meals from their restaurant.

With an environmental focus at its core, the business states the ten electric vehicle chargers are powered by 100% net zero carbon energy.

Teals co-founder, Ash Sinfield said: “Across the business we’re always looking at ways to enhance our green initiatives, from the energy-efficient design of the building to completely eliminating the use of gas on-site."

As well as being home to a farm shop, restaurant, and food market, Teals offers commuters the chance to stretch their legs, walk dogs, and even partake in a wellness session.