Eating & shopping

Relax and enjoy at Hardwick

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Meet our local suppliers

Luke Evans bakery

Homemade bread from Luke Evans arrives at Hardwick every morning © Wimpole

Luke Evans bakery is a family firm of craft bakers specialising in high-quality breads and cakes since 1804.

Using only quality ingredients, teams work through the night at Luke Evans bakery to produce delicious freshly made bread every morning.
 

Mr Pitchfork's Pickles

Delicious local chutney © Andreas von Einsiedel

Mr Picthfork's Pickles are makers of award-winning, delicious handmade relishes, pickles and preserves in the heart of Robin Hood Country, Nottingham.

They use only the finest ingredients and are made in small batches to traditional recipes. It's the care and time which makes them taste as good as the best homemade produce.

Hardwick lamb

The Hardwick herd graze the Upper Park © National Trust/Linda Doran

You cannot get more local than this. Each year the Hardwick herd of white-faced, woodland sheep produce over 400 lambs.

The Hardwick lamb has almost zero food miles and is a fabulous addition to the locally sourced Hardwick menu.

Download our menu here

Select something from our delicious seasonal menu - there will also be tasty specials available in the restaurant each day.  Nearly everything is freshly prepared on site.

Have one on us

Enjoy your tea and coffee at Hardwick

Are you partial to a Hardwick tea or coffee?

Pick up a hot drinks loyalty card, just show it at the till, collect your stamps and your tenth hot drink is on us.

Our chocolate and beetroot cake

A tasty treat in the sun © John Millar

A tasty treat in the sun

Gooey and irresistible, this is a firm staff favourite, especially as the beetroot comes from our own garden.
 

Tasty almond and orange tart

Try a slice of our gluten free tart © Justin Holt

Try a slice of our gluten free tart

Looking for a gluten-free option? This tasty tart ticks all the boxes. Try it with cream for a sweet indulgence.

A traditional cream tea

Time for afternoon tea © David Lewing

Time for afternoon tea

You cannot go wrong with a National Trust traditional cream tea. Delicious scones, sweet jam and tasty cream all washed down with a cup of tea.

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