Haguelands Village at Romney Marsh ~ farm shop, cookery schools and more

PUBLISHED: 13:33 22 October 2012 | UPDATED: 22:06 20 February 2013

Haguelands Village at Romney Marsh ~ farm shop, cookery schools and more

Haguelands Village at Romney Marsh ~ farm shop, cookery schools and more

Haguelands Village is a working farm located at Burmarsh in deepest Kent on the beautiful and historic Romney Marsh with an abundance of fresh and varied produce. You can find it just off the A259 between Hythe and Dymchurch

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Haguelands Village
Burmarsh, Romney Marsh, Kent TN29 0JR
Tel: 01303 874727
E-mail: info@aaclifton.co.uk
Web: www.haguelandsvillage.co.uk.


Opening hours
Summertime: (April-Sept) Mon-Sat 10am-6pm & Sun 10am-4pm
Wintertime: (Oct-March) Closed Mon, Tues-Sat 10am-5pm & Sun 10am-4pm


Directions
Just off the A259 between Hythe & Dymchurch. RH&DR trains stop at Burmarsh Road Halt and buses run from Folkestone, Hythe and Dymchurch stopping a short walk from Haguelands.


Parking
FREE parking for up to 200 vehicles (coaches welcome!)


Haguelands Village is a working farm located at Burmarsh in deepest Kent on the beautiful and historic Romney Marsh with an abundance of fresh and varied produce. You can find it just off the A259 between Hythe and Dymchurch.




The Farm Shop
Situated within the Haguelands Village is The Farm Shop with its huge variety of goods, from cheeses, chutneys, jams, home reared traditional pork cuts, delicious Kentish ice cream, a superb selection of Kentish beers, wines and ciders to alpaca socks made from wool from their own herd. A variety of activities are available throughout the year from alpaca trekking, tractor rides, paintball and childrens fun yard activity area. During summer months we create the Maize Maze, four-acres of maize to get lost in. For Christmas we have locally grown Nordman non-drop trees, a fantastic range of hampers filled with locally sourced yummy products. Dont miss our Christmas Fayre & Market on Saturday December 8, 12noon till 8pm. Grand opening by BBC Radio Kents Dominic King. Food and local produce stalls, local craft stalls, mulled wine and mince pies, Christmas hampers and Christmas carols. Childrens Centre Barn with Santas Grotto, craft making and tractor rides to Santas Letterbox.




The Bistro and The Garden of England Cook School
Run by head chef Ruth Denzey, the Bistro and The Garden of England Cook School is also situated within Haguelands Village. This comfortable rustic Kentish Bistro delivers exceptionally mouth-watering dishes using fresh local produce. A haven for fine cuisine. At The Bistro you can sit, observe and enjoy the preparation and cooking of your dish, allowing you to witness just how good fresh local produce can taste. The Bistro provides an outside catering service for weddings & private parties where the quality and attention to detail is carried over from the Bistro to specialist events. Open daily except Mondays for lunches including Sunday lunch menu, light meals, cream teas. Saturday evening bookings are now being taken. The Bistro is fully licensed with a stock of fine Kentish and international beers and wines. Gourmet and rustic Christmas menus available for family or small business celebrations.




The Garden of England Cookschool
Also headed by Ruth Denzey, a fully qualified chef and tutor with over 25 year's experience, The Garden of England Cookschool delivers awide range of cooking skills, catering for all abilities' from complete novice to the aspiring gourmet chef. Ingredients are sourced from the abundance of local suppliers and from the Farm Shop. Courses are available for everyone, for adults and children alike. The Cookschool caters for beginners, intermediate and advanced cooks, whether cooking main course, meat, fish and game or party cakes and delicious deserts.


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