Eating and shopping at Tyntesfield

We have a restaurant, a café, an ice cream parlour and a pit stop serving everything from homemade scones and tea to hearty seasonal food and snacks. For those in search of gifts and mementos we have a gift shop, a book shop, a seasonal produce table and a monthly food and craft market.

Eating

Cow Barn Kitchen

Enjoy the unique dining surroundings of this Victorian cow barn, located at Home Farm. On the menu we have local seasonal food, from wild garlic to bread and butter pudding, accompanied by produce from Tyntesfield’s Kitchen Garden (when available).  Not to mention our famous cream teas and homemade cakes and pastries. The Cow Barn Kitchen is your one stop shop for a full home cooked lunch. Gluten and dairy free options available, for all other dietary requirements please ask.

Cow Barn Ice Cream Parlour

Marshfield ice cream a plenty, milkshakes and ice cream sundaes – with a kids play area for the little ones, this is a seasonal family friendly area next to the main Cow Barn.

Pavilion Cafe 

With stunning valley views, the Pavilion café is the ideal place to stop for afternoon tea.  Small, but perfectly formed, we offer toasties, bacon butties, kids lunch boxes, sandwiches, cakes and ice cream. Please be aware there is limited seating in this area and if you would like a full lunch then please do visit the Cow barn Kitchen. Gluten Free cakes available.

Patti's Pit Stop

Located outside the house, enjoy drinks, light snacks and ice creams served by Tyntesfield’s other treasure, Patti. 

All of our coffees in our main outlets are handmade using freshly ground Fairtrade coffee beans. All our cakes and scones are all lovingly made on site. All the fillings are made from scratch to prepare fresh sandwiches every day.

Shopping

Cow Barn Shop

Our well-stocked shop sells a range of hand-made gifts, house and garden ware and food and drink items. It's here you can pick up presents, a memento or simply peruse our seasonal plants, herbs and flowers.

Book shop

Based in the upper-courtyard at Home Farm we have second hand bookshop. If you'd like to donate your books please email tyntesfield@nationaltrust.org.uk

Kitchen Garden 

Our kitchen garden provides us with lots of wonderful fruit and vegetables for our restaurant, but there are also plenty of seasonal goodies available for you to pick up from the produce table, for a donation of your choice.

Food and craft market

Browse local stalls selling a whole range of foods, crafts and homemade products at our regular food and craft market at our Home Farm courtyard. The market runs on the first Sunday of every month (March - December).