Experience the magic of 'Christmas on the riverbank'


Opening Times


  • Indoor & outdoor table service
  • Takeaway

The Doddington Coffee Shop, situated at Giant Lincoln Bike Shop, is open daily for table service and takeaway.

Perfect for walkers, cyclists and families, the Coffee Shop is the ideal location to refuel and it’s dog friendly too. Open daily with a delicious food menu to suit all appetites.

Enjoy our selection of teas and coffee, expertly prepared by our Stokes trained baristas and treat yourself to delicious snacks, cake or ice cream.  

The parkland is open daily with free access to our estate walks and the Georgie Twigg Track connecting Doddington to National Cycle Network Route 64 provides a great off-road route for cyclists.

Here at Doddington Hall, we are proud to showcase estate-grown produce and support local and British producers throughout our menus.

A driving force of our Wilder Doddington project is our herd of rare breed and pasture-fed Lincoln Red cattle which is helping to build biodiversity and carbon sequestration in our soils and vegetation. Our beef is aged for at least 28 days and is simply delicious. 

There is also foraged produce from across the estate along with fruit and vegetables picked daily in our walled Kitchen Garden. Beyond the estate, we seek out the best local growers and producers from Lincolnshire and surrounding counties. 

"I just want to let you know how helpful your staff were when I came to the cafe recently. I had my 3 year old grandson with me and I needed to give him some medicine in a hot chocolate. The gentleman who served me followed my requests exactly even down to it being nearly cold and to my grandsons delight there were marshmallows, cream and a straw. What more could you want? Especially as we had been out on his balance bike with the dogs. So he loved the bikes around the cafe, the mirrors and esprcially the chain ring number sign on the table. Thank you so much, we are regular visitors anyway but this means I know if necessary I can come back again and his medicine will go down a treat."

- Lorna
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