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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 for the day 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, or out on our bright patio where you can hear the unique sounds of our many birds of prey.

Feathers Restaurant will be open every day for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea and serving a range of hot and cold snacks and drinks, cakes and ice creams including:

All available:

Treat yourself!

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, scone, selection of sandwiches, scotch egg, mini quiche, cheese straws and tea or coffee. Afternoon tea and a day visit to the Trust can be combined for just £28.95

Please note, afternoon tea is available at 2:45pm and must be booked at least one day in advance. Offer not available on bank holiday weekends, and only available for a limited time.

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Opening times

We’re open seven days a week, 9am to 5:30pm (4:30pm during winter season).

Hire the venue space

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

Christmas Lunch

Why not join us for your Christmas lunch? We have a delicious menu that will have everyone’s mouth-watering. This will be available at lunchtime for pre-booked groups on selected dates.  Please email info@hawkconservancy.org for more information and to book.

For larger groups (25 or more), we are taking bookings for Christmas parties and evening events during these dates. Choose from this menu or contact us to discuss your party requirements. Book early!

Take a look at the menu
Did you know?
Owls can catch their prey in complete darkness. This is because their ears are positioned asymmetrically which allows them to pinpoint the location of prey movements.
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