What to see: Feathers Restaurant

Jacket potato with prawns
Selection of cakes
Fish and chips

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.


  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • 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.


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 jemma@hawkconservancy.org

Did you know?

Amur Falcons are one of the world's longest distance migrants. They travel from South Africa (wintering) to northern China (breeding), and they can fly more than 3000km (more than 1800 miles) over water in one go by flying for 2-3 days non-stop!
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