Low Sizergh Barn, Sizergh, Kendal, LA8 8AE
We'd love you to visit our farm shop, tea room, craft and gift shops, and farm trail. Here's a list of our opening hours including viewing times for milking.
Our information about parking and access at Low Sizergh Barn will help you plan and enjoy your visit.
We hold regular farm shop tastings and events, guided tours, walks and the annual Open Farm Sunday event, so please do check regularly for full details.
We pride ourselves on our environmental stewardship and our sustainable approach to business - including our reed bed and wood chip boiler.
Some of the most frequently asked questions about our farm shop, tea room, farm trail, craft and gift shops are answered below.
Children love farms and farm animals. Join an egg collecting event, go free-range on our farm trail, or watch milking while eating ice-cream in the tea room.
Growing Well is a thriving horticultural and social enterprise supporting people recovering from mental health issues. We're proud to have them on site.
The Park family farm at Low Sizergh Farm Kendal Cumbria. The family business includes a dairy herd and an award winning farm shop and tea room.
Low Sizergh Barn on the edge of the Lake District is open throughout the year and offers visitors and locals the chance to shop, relax and connect with food and farming in a stunning environment. This section of the website contains everything you need to know to make the most of your visit.
Low Sizergh Barn is easily accessible by public transport, bike and car. Here’s all the information you'll need to find us.
By car: Low Sizergh Barn is 4 miles from Junction 36 on the M6. Follow the A590 towards Kendal, take the exit signposted Barrow-in-Furness and follow the brown signs for Sizergh Castle, then Low Sizergh Barn.
From the Lake District: We are 3½ miles south of Kendal on the A591 just before the A591/A590 interchange.
Sat nav: Enter LA8 8DZ then follow brown signs.
By bike: We are on the Walney to Wear regional route 20. Cycle racks are available.
By bus: Take the Stagecoach bus route number 555/6 Keswick/Lancaster or the 552/3 Kendal/Arnside route.
By rail: Oxenholme The Lake District on the West Coast Main Line is only 4 miles away.
By taxi: Call local taxi company Blue Star on 01539 482705. They have wheelchair accessible vehicles if required.
There are 3 orchards on the farm and this year is a bumper one for plums, damsons and apples. Given a few hours of sunshine we're off with step ladders, crates and baskets to pick the ripe fruit. The crop goes straight onto the shelves of the farm shop. Will it be jam, chutney, crumble or pie? Our cooks in the kitchen have the same dilemmas, soon solved : plum chutney has been served with slow roast Herdwick lamb, juicy blackberries made into cheesecake.