Yew Tree Barn at Christmas

 

A magical place at Christmas, Yew Tree Barn is a wonderful source of interesting & unusual gifts, decorations for the home; and Harry's CafeBar is the perfect place to meet up with friends and family. 

We are delighted to be able to host our annual Christmas Market once again in 2021, so please put the dates in your diary 3rd, 4th, 5th December, between 10am & 4.30pm each day.

With over 40 quality stalls showcasing artisan made gifts, cards, art, ceramics, toiletries, Christmas decorations, locally produced food and drink, as well as Yew Tree Barn's extensive collection of antiques and collectables, there's something to suit every pocket.

There will be festive food served all day in Harry's cafe bar, as well as the customary mince pies and mulled wine combination.

Outdoors as well as a selection of additional stalls there will be the usual roaring fire to cosy up beside and a variety of street food alongside all manner of tasty treats, just the thing to enjoy while listening to a little live festive music.

We look forward to seeing many of you between Christmas and New Year, when Yew Tree Barn will be fully open including Harry's Cafe Bar.  We're open until 2pm on Christmas Eve....

 December Festive Menu

Roast beef, caramelised onion, blue cheese sandwich

Turkey and stuffing sandwich with cranberry and gem lettuce

Curried butternut squash sandwich with rocket leaves & tomato
(All sandwiches served on crispy baguette)

Beef rib ragout, truffle polenta & chickpeas

Bacon, brie and cranberry toastie

Chowder

Daily soup
(Soup served with fresh sourdough)

Sides:
Pigs in blankets with caramelised onion, cheese sauce & cranberry chutney
Sweet potato fries

Seasonal dishes

BBQ pork belly, tender stem broccoli, sesame seed in steam bun

Mixed sausage platter, variety of mustards, pickled onions, beer battered onion rings

Vegan bean stew, roasted cauliflower, cashew nuts, semi dried tomatoes

If you have friends and family staying with you why not come and visit Harry's Cafe Bar and celebrate the festive season?


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