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Feathers Restaurant

From a coffee of your choice and a slice of homemade cake to a hearty hot meal, Feathers Restaurant is a perfect refreshment stop whether you’re visiting the Trust or simply passing by.

The Hawk Conservancy Trust’s purpose-built 120 seat restaurant is fully accessible and has beautiful views of our stunning woodlands. This peaceful sanctuary can be enjoyed indoors with a book on a cosy sofa, or out on our bright terrace where you can hear the unique sounds of our many birds of prey.

Feathers Restaurant is fully licensed with a special selection of wines and beers and has a menu that’s been developed to promote locally sourced and produced food and drink wherever possible.

No day out in the country is complete without afternoon tea and you can treat a loved one (or yourself!) to three types of cake, a selection of sandwiches and tea or coffee*. Afternoon tea and a day visit to the Trust can be combined for just £22.50**.

Feathers Restaurant has received great local reviews and can be hired privately for Christmas parties, corporate events, weddingsbirthdays and celebrations.

We’re open seven days a week, 9am to 5:30pm*** (except Christmas Day and Boxing Day) and open late for our special evening events. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the restaurant.

*Please note: Afternoon tea is available at 2:45pm and must be booked at least one day in advance. Call 01264 773850 or email info@hawkconservancy.org. (Offer not available on bank holiday weekends).

**Offer available for a limited time only.

***4:30pm between October and December. See opening times for full details.

Events

Our special themed evenings are a real treat and take you on a culinary journey around the globe from spicy Indian curry nights to a sophisticated French soirée. Our upcoming events this year are:

Christmas Dinner

Why not join us for your Christmas dinner? We have a delicious menu that will have everyone’s mouth-watering. This will be available for pre-booked groups between Saturday 24 November and Sunday 23 December. Please email info@hawkconservancy.org for more information and to book.

Take a look at the Christmas Dinner menu.

Did you know?
In order to cool and disinfect themselves, New World vultures urinate over their legs. This is called urohydrosis.
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