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Eat well at Higher Lank Farm

Food at Higher Lank Farm is prepared to order from scratch with the best ingredients Lucy is able to buy.  The menu changes daily to accommodate the needs of our guests and seasonal availability.  We enjoy catering for special diets and people with food allergies. In particular, we specialise in cooking dairy, gluten and nut free food for babies, toddlers and children and for parents too. Despite being a beef farm, we welcome vegetarians (Lucy was one until she married Andrew!). All our food is home-made with, wherever possible, local ingredients. The only exception is our ice-cream which comes from Roskilly Farm/Kellys of Bodmin and our jams and marmalades from Boddingtons in Mevagissey.

children-friendly self-catering farm holidays at higher lank farm

Adult Suppers

We cook and serve adult suppers on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings after nursery teas. If you’re staying in one of our self catering cottages then we are happy to set the table for you in your cottage or for a candlelit supper in your garden. We will then  wait table to you where ever you have chosen. We offer a varied menu with special requests always welcome- just tell us what your favourite foods are and we will see what we can do.

Family meals are possible by arrangement, just ask.

Food for children

We cook and serve nursery teas on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday nights at 5.30pm. The children staying in our self catering cottages are very welcome to join these teas, just book on the morning at animal feeding.

All our teas are home-made from scratch and are varied to meet the eating requirements of our current smaller visitors. Whenever possible we use our own or local produce. All our meals are made to be allergy friendly when we have children with allergies staying.

sample welcome supper at higher lank farm
children-friendly farmhouse holidays at higher lank farm
allergy free, locally sourced, food at higher lank farm
 
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