A warm welcome to you
If this is going to be your first visit to us there is no need to worry about getting lost as we now have ‘Crag House Farm’ brown signs on surrounding routes to help you find us.
Hopefully by viewing our menu and photos we will tempt you to pay us a visit in the Granary Restaurant. Whether it be a full meal or just a light lunch, we have a great menu choice available.
Through the charities Agricultural & Butchery Projects we sell and serve our own eggs, lamb and beef, plus through our Production Project we make our own cakes, and ready meals. We are proud to be able to produce so many products here at the farm that are ‘Zero miles’.
We are also available as a venue to hire for that special birthday or anniversary*.
If you would like any more information please email me on email@example.com
We look forward to welcoming you.
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The original Granary Café (now the 'Grab N Go'), was opened in 2008 after the charity, Caring For Life needed to find a different approach to fundraising. After losing its local government funding, it was crucial for Caring For Life to be more self sufficient in how it raised funds. The Café was opened and had capacity for just 30 customers. It quickly became full each lunchtime through word of mouth and so funding was sought and achieved to provide a new home, resulting in the opening of The Granary Restaurant in 2012. Located next to the 'Grab N Go', the larger barn dates back to the 17th Century and has some truly wonderful features.
The conversion marries perfectly the new and old.
The Granary Restaurant is open
Monday to Saturday 9am - 4pm,
BOOKING IS ADVISED, WALK-INS are also welcome.
Please note our busiest time is between 12.30pm and 1pm.
Hot food is served until 3.30pm
and last bookings can be made for 3.30pm.
Afternoon Tea is available by advanced booking only, please allow atleast 1 day,
served at 2.15, 2.30 & 2.45pm daily.
All food & drink consumed on site must be purchased on site.
Please note that dogs are not allowed in the Restaurant.