The blossom is out at Lodge Farm House heralding the start of spring. Time to get out the gardening gloves and prepare for our first wedding of the season.
Take note guests; there’s something about the country air for building an appetite. After an evening with feet up in front of our fire, or a stroll around the grounds, join us in the dining room for a hearty, homemade supper.
Cooking famed feasts for family and friends in our country kitchen was the inspiration for serving delicious evening meals for guests.
Yes, come early eve, you’ll find Maria by the Range, cookbook in hand, preparing foods inspired by the countryside we’re nestled in. The menu changes daily to feature fresh, seasonal and locally sourced ingredients.
Our favourite supper to date? The coq au vin.
We’re told the recipe is a farmhouse secret, but we chanced a look into the kitchen at just the right time to see shallots, garlic, bacon and thyme gently browning in a knob of butter, before being ushered back out to enjoy a tipple from the farm’s very own honesty bar.
We know just how good food can cheer. And so it’s quite possible that there’s no better way to unwind before an early morning flight, after countryside amble or long distance drive, than an evening meal. Come balmy summers evening or chilly autumnal night, you’ll make way to bed content and – most importantly – full.
Welcome to our table.