Seasonal eating and drinking
From snacks and hearty meals to cream teas and award winning brownies, there's plenty to fill those bellies.
Cow Barn restaurant
Stop for a bite in the stalls of our Victorian cow barn, located in our Grade II listed Home Farm building.
On the menu you will find a range of seasonal dishes, from sandwiches and salads to cooked food, cakes, cream teas and pastries.
Vegan and vegetarian options are available - please ask a member of the catering team for more information about any dietary requirements you have.
Inside the Cow Barn restaurant is our indoor play area perfect for keeping our youngest visitors entertained while you can relax with a slice of cake.
With stunning valley views, the Pavilion café is the ideal place to stop for an afternoon cream tea. Small, but perfectly formed, we also offer a range of hot food including sausage rolls, seasonal soup and warm cheese scones.
We haven’t forgotten the little ones, so we offer kids' lunch boxes and serve a variety of cold food, such as sandwiches, yummy cakes and Marshfield ice cream. We also serve hot and cold drinks. If you would like a full lunch then please do visit the Cow Barn restaurant.
The Pavilion cafe is also right next to our Orchard play area, so you can sit back with a cup of tea while the kids play.
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 the walked up the drive to our kitchen, less than a mile away. It doesn't get much more local than that!
Harlequin squash cake
This delicious new cake in the Cow Barn restaurant is made from harlequin squash specially grown in the Tyntesfield Kitchen Garden.
What could be better than a deliciously chocolatey homemade brownie to go with a cup of tea or coffee?
There are few things better than a classic cream tea, we'll leave the jam-then-cream / cream-then-jam decision up to you...