“Being a B&B, breakfast is the only meal served here, but what a meal it is. With its calming Scandi colours and stonking breakfasts, Lancaster Barn is the design-conscious foodies dream” – Olive Magazine
Food for thought
Start the day in the light and airy Garden Room and take in the views of the grounds whilst enjoying a hearty breakfast. We pride ourselves on serving home-grown and locally sourced produce, serving simple food done well.
We design menus to celebrate the seasons, inspired by the land that surrounds us, and peppered with freshly plucked herbs from our newly created herb garden.
Eating in The Garden Room
We love to create sensational sharing platters – a celebration of the best of the season. Enjoy a laid-back delicious supper of all that is fresh and seasonal from our Market Garden, alongside some of our favourite local ingredients – think perfectly ripe summer fruit, local cheeses from surrounding farms, a little cured ham, some pickles, and just-picked herb salads from the greenhouse. There’s always a sweet treat too.
Served in The Garden Room or outside on the patio, our sharing platters are an experience of where we are and what we have around us, and are just perfect for an evening of lazy grazing.
Early Evening Supper
Prior booking essential.
Enjoy drinks in the Garden Room, a beautifully simple space, designed to embrace the seasons and the changing times of the day.
You’ll find Lancaster Barn is a laid-back affair, so take a seat and relax; choose from our small, but perfectly formed, list of wines – including a British sparkling variety. Fix yourself a locally distilled gin and tonic from the honesty bar, or enjoy a sundowner on the patio with a craft beer.
Before you arrive at the Barn, we’ll email you our ‘insiders guide’ to all our favourite places to eat in the area. Something to suit every mood, from a mid-week pizza to a full-on dining experience.
Our pick of the bunch simply has to be our neighbourhood restaurant and inn, The Bay Horse. Just a couple of minutes stroll away, The Bay Horse Inn is famed for owner and chef Craig Wilkinson’s culinary skills and his beliefs in using Lancashire speciality produce. Be sure to book in advance, as there’s good reason it’s recognised in the Michelin Eating Out in Pubs Guide.
Or try The Fleece Inn, a country pub tucked away on the edge of the Forest of Bowland, and less than five minutes drive away. Full of friendly charm and character, and proper Lancashire pies.