Chapel Cross Tearoom
Chapel Cross Tea Room has a smaller milking herd of 10 Golden Guernsey goats that play in the paddock alongside the converted horsebox tea room. We make all our cheese from our rare breed goats, and our award-winning soft and semi-hard cheese is available seasonally May to October and can be purchased directly from the Tea Room.
We serve homemade cakes, teas and coffees out of the converted horsebox. Seating outside and in greenhouses. We also organise a range of arts and media-based events throughout the year – check our website for details.
A 30-Mile Feast, a Tasting or Other?
Free talks on the Golden Guernsey goats and cheese tastings on Saturdays and Sundays, 2-3pm, plus horsebox tearoom open for tea, coffee and cakes Mon to Fri, 10am-12noon.
Between 2-3pm on Sat and Sun, I will be giving a talk on the Golden Guernsey goats and their cheese and offering a cheese tasting. The event is free. I will explain the sustainable methods I use, with the animal welfare at the heart of what I do to produce seasonal cheese. The tearoom will be open Monday to Friday 10am-12pm for tea, coffee and homemade cake when the goats can also be visited.
Open daily throughout the Festival, including Sundays
Any more information?
Cheese tasting and a talk about the goats and their cheese Saturdays and Sundays, 2-3pm. Tea room open for tea, coffee and cakes Monday to Friday 10am - 12pm when goats can be visited.
Booking required for some or all of your events, even if free?
Is there a charge for some events, even if others are free?
Any special directions?