Visit Feathers Restaurant for a refreshment stop, to meet up with friends for coffee, or for a leisurely meal as part of your day visit.
- Afternoon Tea
- Evening events (by arrangement)
Feathers Restaurant was opened in 2012. The modern 120 seat, purpose-built facility, offers a range of hot and cold refreshments, with a menu that has been developed to promote locally produced and sourced food and drink.
The Trust is fully licensed for alcohol, serving a selection of wines and beers.
Feathers aims to cater for the Trust's increasing number of visitors and it is also hoped that it will become a destination in itself. Feathers Restaurant will attract business customers, organised groups and local residents who want an informal meeting space, rest stop or refreshments.
Feathers Restaurant is open seven days a week, 9.00am – 5.00pm, every day (except Christmas Day and Boxing Day) – free WiFi is available.
SPECIAL OFFER – Afternoon tea and a day visit to the Trust
Treat a loved (or yourself!) to a special day out in the country with a delicious afternoon tea. Includes three types of cake, a selection of sandwiches, and plenty of tea and coffee. Experience world-class flying demonstrations, marvel at over 150 birds of prey, have the opportunity to hold a bird of prey or simply wander around 22 acres of beautiful woodland and wildflower meadow.
CHRISTMAS DINNER 2016
Come and enjoy our Christmas menu, available lunch and dinner* between Monday 23 November and Thursday 24 December. Please note, this is available for pre-orders only.
2 courses £18.95** | 3 courses £25.95**
Menu 1/2 price for the organiser for all parties of 12 or more!
Book now to avoid disappointment, or download our festive menu.
* Evening dinner is only available for parties of 25 or more guests.
** All party members must have the same number of courses.
Contact us on: 01264 773850 (extension 225) or email email@example.com
Did you know?As part of our conservation breeding programme the Trust has five species of birds of prey at other collections in Europe and the UK on breeding loan.