The Barn Restaurant at Cotehele

Child drinking tea

Our Barn Restaurant is open from 10am-4pm, serving a limited range of takeaway hot and cold drinks and some light snacks.

We’ve introduced new safety measures including screens at our till and collection points. We’ll also only be accepting card payment.

There is a one-way route in place for everyone’s safety. Please enter the restaurant using the doors from the garden and then exit the restaurant using the doors that go out into the farm yard behind the restaurant.

Everyone is welcome to use the Barn Restaurant, including if you have a pre-booked ticket to visit the garden or are just walking past before exploring the wider estate.

There is limited indoor and outdoor seating available at the restaurant for you to consume your takeaway items. You are welcome though to take your takeaway drinks and snacks to our picnic area or with you whilst you stroll around the garden.

Enjoy a takeaway cream tea in the garden at Cotehele
Takeaway cream tea
Enjoy a takeaway cream tea in the garden at Cotehele

Stop by the Barn Restaurant for:

  • Hot and cold drinks

  • Freshly prepared sandwiches

  • Hot pasties and sausages rolls

  • Jacket potatoes

  • Soups and one-pots

  • Cakes and bakes

  • Crisps and confectionary

  • Ice cream

We are sorry but for everyone’s safety we are unable to accept reusable cups at the moment.

Please come prepared if you or a member of your group has any dietary requirements. We will do the best we can to help.

In line with government guidelines, you’ll be required to wear a face covering when inside the restaurant. Please bring one with you.

Your support helps us to keep open, thank you.

Close-up of a cream tea

Helping you eat out 

From 3 August you'll be able to get 50 per cent off your bill, up to a maximum of £10 per person on food and drink bought at and consumed at our café (excluding alcoholic drinks), through the government's Eat Out to Help Out Scheme. The scheme applies from Monday to Wednesdays only and ends on 31 August.

Spring reflections at Sheffield Park, East Sussex

Reopening and coronavirus FAQs 

Find answers to some of the coronavirus-related questions we’re hearing the most in light of the current situation at our places.