Food and drink at Tyntesfield

A colleague works on a coffee machine

The Cow Barn cafe and Pavilion cafe are open for takeaway snacks and drinks, as well as outdoor seating.

 

Cow Barn 

Open  10am - 4pm

Set in the grade II listed Victorian dairy, the Cow Barn at Home Farm is the perfect place to pop in at the start of your visit or to refuel and relax after exploring the estate. 

We'll be serving a limited range of hot and cold drinks, freshly made snacks and Marshfield Farm Ice cream to takeaway. 

Please bring a face covering to enter the Cow Barn.

 

Pavilion café 

For light bites while exploring, try the Pavilion Café. Open 10.30am - 4.30pm. 

 

 

Staying safe 

In line with the further easing of restrictions, outdoor seating is now available at some of our cafés and food outlets in England. Where outdoor seating is available, we are legally required to participate in the NHS Test & Trace programme by asking those visitors over 16 who ‘eat in’ at our outlets to check in with the NHS COVID-19 app, scan their membership card or leave brief contact details. Details are not required for visitors who purchase items for take-away.

Our cafés and food outlets continue to prioritise the health and safety of staff, volunteers, suppliers and visitors. We continue to maintain social distancing measures, screens at our till and collection points, waymarked routes and will have hand sanitiser available, to ensure that everyone can enjoy their visit as safely as possible. In line with government guidance, you're required to wear a face covering in most enclosed spaces, unless exempt. Please bring one with you. We look forward to welcoming you back and know that you’ll support us to make this a safe experience for everyone.

A visitor in the shop at Tyntesfield wearing a mask

Please bring a face covering

In line with government guidance, you're required to wear a face covering in most enclosed spaces, unless exempt. Please bring one with you.

Using local produce

Many of the ingredients we use in our recipes come from the Tyntesfield estate, including wild garlic from the woodland in the spring, wild berries in the summer, and fruit and vegetables from the Kitchen Garden throughout the year.

The produce is freshly picked by our harvesting volunteers and then walked up the drive to our kitchen, less than a mile away. It doesn't get much more local than that!

Head Gardener, Paul, picking lemons which are used by the bakers to make lemon curd cake and courgette, thyme and lemon cake with produce from Tyntesfield's kitchen garden
Head Gardener, Paul, picking lemons which are used by the bakers to make lemon curd cake and courgette, thyme and lemon cake with produce from Tyntesfield's kitchen garden
Head Gardener, Paul, picking lemons which are used by the bakers to make lemon curd cake and courgette, thyme and lemon cake with produce from Tyntesfield's kitchen garden