You’ll find fruit and vegetables with zero food miles freshly picked from our fabulous Kitchen Garden, beef in the Butchery often from our very own herd of Lincoln Red cattle, estate honey and an abundance of other produce from local suppliers.
Thanks to a grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, the formerly neglected two-acre Walled Kitchen Garden was restored to its former glory in 2007 (after a 50 year absence).
Just a stone’s throw from the Hall it now provides an abundance of fruit, vegetables, salads and herbs which take centre stage on our menus and are regularly for sale in the Farm Shop.
The Lincoln Tea and Coffee Company have always been passionate about tea and coffee, and in 2013 they turned that passion into a business which now supplies fine leaf tea and roasted coffee to our Farm Shop and Tea Room.
The morning milk at Cote Hill Farm is taken direct from the cows into the cheese rooms to be hand crafted into award winning Cote Hill Cheeses.
Carron Lodge have been farming and producing cheese at Park Head Farm for over 30 years, and have recently won Super Gold at the World Cheese Awards for their Inglewhite Buffalo.
Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese are committed to producing the very best cheese that they possibly can using their own fresh unpasteurised milk and traditional methods.
The Oink Company was founded by Mike Holman, a former award winning brewer. They use traditional methods to lovingly hand cook each scratching, achieving that perfect crunch every time.
Priory Free Range Foods is based at Welton Farm on the edge of the village of Ruskington in the heart of Lincolnshire. It is a small organic family farm producing fantastic organic free-range eggs.
Hawkens award winning gingerbread biscuits are all handmade using the finest ingredients at their very own dedicated gingerbread bakery.
The Lincolnshire Drizzle Company have developed all their products using only real ingredients and nothing artificial so that they taste full-flavoured and natural.
Borderfields rapeseed is naturally cold pressed, and filtered with nothing added and nothing taken away. Traditional farming families from Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire work together produce the best seed quality for their oils.
Ownsworth Oils is a family run business who have been farming for several generations, “Ownsworth’s Rapeseed Oil” is grown, pressed and bottled by hand on their farm.
Belvoir produce premium soft drinks and cordials. Each are made using simple ingredients and carefully selected, with all the subtle and sublime flavours of nature.
Maud Foster Windmill is a seven-storey, five sail windmill located by the Maud Foster Drain in Skirbeck, Boston, Lincolnshire, from which she is named. She is one of the largest operating windmills in England being 80 feet tall to the cap ball.
Wrendale Designs are an award-winning publisher of greeting cards, stationery and giftware featuring the characterful watercolour artwork of Hannah Dale.
All of Sophie Allport’s designs are lovingly created by Sophie from her countryside home in Lincolnshire, with a high level of craftsmanship and attention to detail that goes into each one of her collections.
Louth Distillery are the proud home of renowned Lincolnshire brands Pin Gin and Rum Cat. Pin Gin was born of the first distillery in Lincolnshire in 2016 and quickly became one of Lincolnshire’s most recognisable brands.
Jenny’s Jams is an award winning preserve maker. Created in Lincoln by Jenny Smith using local fresh ingredients where possible.
Stokes Coffee Lincoln UK is an award winning family business with over 120 year’s experience in sourcing, roasting, blending & supplying their own coffee.
Yau’s Food Products Ltd was established in Peterborough to create a range of sauces that addressed the needs of consumers who had genuine concerns over their health and ingredients used.
Pheasantry Brewery beers are brewed using traditional methods using malted barley that is grown on their located in Nottinghamshire.
Cat Asylum operates from what was once a plough workshop and is one of the best preserved Georgian workshops that exist in Nottinghamshire.
Welbeck microbrewery is housed in a beautiful listed barn in Worksop, and has steadily grown in size to meet the demand for good local beer.
FAB is a family-owned craft brewery in Lincolnshire producing around 5,000 pints of beer each week. They have an award-winning Aviation Range that celebrates the county of Lincolnshire.
Maf Huda set up Mr Huda’s Surma Secrets about four years ago. Since then the company has won competitions and managed to get their brand into major supermarkets around the county.
Jack’s Katch is based in Grimsby, Lincolnshire. They are a mobile fishmonger service delivering quality fresh fish and shellfish.