Eating at Blickling Estate
We offer a lovely menu in all three of our Blickling eateries. Throughout the year The Stables, Muddy Boots and The Farmyard cafés serve a variety of options for a quick snack or a tasty meal...
Here comes the sun
Seize the opportunity to enjoy an ice cream in beautiful surroundings. We have a wide selection of flavours available in both our Muddy Boots and Farmyard cafés.
You'll find plenty of choice at The Stables, from hot and cold dishes to soup, sandwiches and cakes. We use local, seasonal produce wherever possible and have a continual supply of fruit and vegetables from the walled garden.
You'll find wholesome, hearty snacks served all day, in a relaxing environment, and it's the ideal place to warm up after a blustery walk. Muddy Boots is next to Visitor Reception in the main car park and offers a cosy atmosphere, whatever the weather. Dogs are welcome.
The Farmyard Café
The perfect spot for a quick break whilst on a walk around the estate with your four-legged friends*. Grab a snack or hot drink and continue with your visit. You'll find the café in the Farmyard, by the bookshop, stamp shop and plant centre.
*Dogs are welcome in Muddy Boots and the Farmyard, but are not permitted on the main driveway, in the East Wing, house or formal garden.
You'll find this seventeenth century traditional pub and former coaching inn, on the walk down from the main car park to the house. A pub and restaurant with rooms, it's the perfect place to start or end your day at Blickling Estate or plan for a romantic winter break.
Using vegetables from the walled garden
With fruit and vegetables growing in abundance, you can enjoy eating much of our walled garden produce in our cafés...
Have you found our walled garden produce stall?
Now you've sampled our produce in the cafe, why not take some home to enjoy and make a donation to help us continue the work we're doing.
Join us in Blickling's walled kitchen garden and have fun watering flowers and planting seeds in pots...
Hot, hot, hot
Our Cheyenne and Jalapeno peppers have done well in the walled garden this year, but they aren’t for the faint hearted...