Low Sizergh Barn, Sizergh, Kendal, LA8 8AE
Cooking and baking begins before the end of morning milking. There's always a temptation waiting: a hearty breakfast, 3 course lunch with wine, or afternoon tea
Four times a year Low Sizergh Barn hosts exhibitions by Green Door Collective artists from Kendal. It's art that feeds you, but don't forget the scones.
Life on the farm traditionally revolves around the kitchen; a hive of activity producing fresh baked scones, thick sticky bacon, delicious sausages, and mouth-watering cakes.
Inspired by these traditions Low Sizergh Barn Tea Room features homemade treats on its menu and guarantees a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Inside the rustic converted farm building we provide the very best of simple pleasures. All of our delicious home made dishes make good use of the products on the shelves of the farm shop, so you can be sure the sausage is good Cumberland sausage, the lamb is from the farm down the road, and the soup made from scratch with vegetables of the day.
Even the tea and coffee are specially purchased for their taste and provenance – both from a Kendal merchant, the tea is blended to suit local water, and the filter coffee is fair trade.
In our roomy café above the milking sheds you can enjoy a hearty cooked breakfast, dig into a light lunch, or partake in an irresistible farmhouse tea.
Every afternoon around 3.30 pm the farm’s cows come in to be milked and the tearoom’s large gallery windows provide a bird’s eye view of the whole event. An instant hit with kids and adults alike, it’s a sight you don’t often see with afternoon tea.
Egg power is well known among baking circles.
Freshly laid eggs from our farm build structure, create a smooth batter with more stable air bubbles, and act as a leavening agent.
They also add fat, flavour, and colour to the cake.
Of course what really makes cake superb is the ability to take the time needed to really savour eating it.
Join us in the tearoom and do just that.