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Low Sizergh Barn

PUBLISHED: 15:12 08 August 2013 | UPDATED: 14:10 27 August 2013

Low Sizergh Barn

Low Sizergh Barn

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Flavours to savour

Taste Cumbria on our farm shop shelves and in our tea room treats. Theres food from the farm; our own made cakes, pies, desserts and specials; and food from an array of talented producers from Cumbria and beyond.

Shippon shopping

The lower ground floor shippon is a trove of treasures for house and garden. Upstairs, find clothing, jewellery, toys and lovely skincare.

Tea room treat

Select from a menu of home made dishes. We use eggs from our free-to-roam hens, fruit from our orchard and organic vegetables from the farms fields. See the cows being milked from the tearoom window every afternoon between 3.30pm and 5.00pm

Walk the farm

Bring your wellies and stroll the 1.75 mile farm trail past the pond, ancient woodland and vegetable beds. Make the tea room your final destination with a birds eye view of the herd being milked.

Directions

We are four miles south of Kendal and four miles from junction 36 of the M6. Sat Nav: LA8 8DZ, follow the brown signs.

Opening Times

Monday to Saturday: 9am - 5.30pm (tearoom 9.30am - 5pm)

Sunday opening is 10am

http://www.lowsizerghbarn.co.uk/

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