Welcome to Low Sizergh Barn
With the summer holidays beginning, we thought we’d share an update on all that’s on offer here at Low Sizergh Barn:
Open daily from 9am to 5.30pm
The farm shop is well stocked with local produce – from beer to bread, cheese to chutney, and farm-grown veg (thank you Growing Well).
Please keep using the one-way system and follow our social distancing signs when shopping and at the tills.
Open daily from 9am to 5pm
Enjoy a hearty Farmer’s Breakfast, lunch on favourites made from scratch in our kitchen, or tuck into afternoon treats. We are keeping the extra space between our tables in the café and the counter screen will also stay in place for now.
Open daily 9am-5pm for pretty much everything that’s on the café menu – and ice cream made with milk from our cows.
There is lots of outdoor seating, including a new woodland area, and you can order and pay from your table using our QR code system. Lots of customers are enjoying outdoor ‘meets and eats’ using this option.
The farm trail is ready to be explored – it’s free for all to enjoy and the ideal place to roam free in a natural and imaginative landscape. Families of mischievous boggarts have set up home near the pond recently. Look out for their magical houses and the faerie doors in and around the trees. The native flowers on the doors help you explore the magic at your feet.
The handmade, hand-stretched sourdough base is covered with a simple tomato sauce and delicious toppings. It’s available for pre-order and collection and it’s on the menu from Thursday to Monday. For takeaway, collect fresh from our farm shop oven between 4pm and 5.30pm every Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Head to our pizza page for more details
Dogs are welcome in our outdoor spaces.
We want everyone to feel comfortable inside and out, please do continue wearing a mask if you wish to. Our staff may also choose to continue wearing theirs.
We look forward to seeing you soon
Farm Shop Book Choice
Field Work What Land Does to People & What People Do to Land by Bella Bathurst is our book of the month.
What does it take to make a living from the land in modern Britain?
For many of us, Britain is countryside – drystone walls, stiles, sheep on a distant hillside. But farmers themselves often remain a mystery: familiar but unpredictable, a secretive industry still visible from space. Who are these people who shape our countryside and put food on our tables?
From fruit farmers to fallen stock operators, from grassy uplands to polytunnels, Bella Bathurst journeys through Britain to talk to those on the far side of the fence.
As farmers find themselves torn between time-honoured methods and modern appetites, these shocking, raw, wise and funny accounts will open out a way of life now changing beyond recognition.
The farmer on the front cover is Jon Watson who farms at Yew Tree Farm near Coniston. You’ll find our books on the way up to the café.
Low Sizergh’s Cows
Follow our herd from field to parlour, and our milk from the parlour to the raw milk vending machine. Some of our milk is also used to make cheese and ice cream.