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Grab & Go

call in for a takeaway

Grab & Go

As you walk down the promenade from the car park you will see a small converted barn with a large glass arched window and birds flying in and out of the small nests in the old stone walls. This is our Grab & Go takeaway! It is open from 9am-5pm Monday to Saturday.

Order from the counter your hot and cold drinks, homemade soup, sandwiches and a great selection of cakes. We are also proud to sell Brymor Ice Cream. We have outdoor seating areas, as well as an indoor seating area, located in the garden nurseries where you can relax and enjoy your drinks and snacks at leisure.

If you love to get out walking or on your bike, then make the Coffee Shop your refreshments stop, where you will receive a warm welcome. We have a cycle rack to safely secure your bike and we will fill your water bottle on request.

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stay warm 

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with a hot drink

Feel free to take your purchased food and drink outside, or if you prefer wander over to our new seating area located in the Garden Nurseries, well behaved dogs are welcome too!

You can also enjoy a stroll around our beautiful sensory gardens and outdoor areas. Children are welcome to play in our outdoor play area.

Please follow social distancing guidelines.

a note about

dogs on site

Well behaved dogs are welcome in the Grab & Go Coffee Shop and the Garden Nurseries. There are dog water bowls located outside the Grab & Go Coffee Shop which are refilled daily. Just ask a member of staff if they need refilling. In the entrance yard there is a dogs area, where you will find a dog litter box. Please deposit your soiled bags in this bin, specifically provided.

 

Unfortunately dogs are not allowed in the Farm Shop for food hygiene reasons, as advised by the Food Standards Agency or the Granary Restaurant. 

 

Like other, well known established gardens, such as Harlow Carr, we do not allow dogs, other than assistance dogs, into the gardens.

 

The children’s play area, sensory gardens and conservation walk are close to where we move our sheep, cattle and horses to sometimes graze, therefore dogs are not allowed in these areas due to the welfare of our animals.