We’re so happy to provide food for overnight guests to Wakelyns. During your stay you will see the food growing in the crop and tree alleys. It’s our job to cook it for you, from seed to soil to kitchen to plate! Find out more about what we do here and the other small-scale producers we work with.
We serve our food in three ways – pre-order, catered or do a course with us. Read below to see how these options work.
Pre-order – once you have booked your accommodation, you can pre-order breakfast, lunch and dinner from our choices below, booking form at the bottom of the page. Some elements of the 6pm onwards option might need warming up and final bits of preparation. We provide the facilities and guidance for you to do this yourselves
Catered – for a minimum of 12 people, we can provide fully catered lunches and suppers to you. These are dependent on the availability of the Bakery Team. Please contact email@example.com to find out more.
Taught – Cook your own lunch or suppers from scratch with help and learning from the Bakery Team. These are dependent on the availabilty of the Bakery Team. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
We will bring your breakfast over to the farmhouse. Some elements will be in the fridge. If it is not there, please just pop in and collect if from us in the bakery.
|Bakery granola, raw milk yoghurt with milk from |
Fen Farm Dairy, fruit from the farm
|Wholegrain bread, Fen Farm Dairy raw butter, jam with |
fruit from the farm
|Small breakfast basket – a loaf of bread, a jar of jam and |
Fen Farm Dairy butter
(2 people, 2-3 days)
|Large breakfast basket – |
everything from the small basket, plus granola,
raw milk yoghurt with milk from Fen Farm Dairy
and a jar of fruit compote or fresh fruit when in season
and farm dried fruit or nuts. A bottle of Wakelyns
(4 people, 2-3 days)
Lunch or Supper (from midday)
Served in boxes to take away, or we can leave them in the farmhouse fridge.
|Quiche with YQ pastry, local eggs, milk and cheese, |
and herbs and vegetables from the farm, salad
|Harvest plate – bread and chutney, local hard boiled egg, |
butter, Blythburgh ham, salad, pickles
Supper (from 6pm)
DIY – some elements of these dishes may need reheating or final preparation
|Seasonal supper – example: Braised lentils with |
roast kuri squash, chard and St Jude cow’s curd
|Seasonal supper (with meat) – example: Fava beans, |
roast hogget, summer greens and herbs
|Pudding – example: YQ and buckwheat pastry tart |
with toasted cobnut frangipane, cherries and cherry
and fig leaf jam
Of course, what you get on the day will depend on what’s in season in the Wakelyns fields and elsewhere locally
Please note that we are closed on Sundays and Mondays. If you are arriving on these days and would like some food please order it by Wednesday and we can leave it in the farmhouse for your arrival. We need at least 3 working days notice in order to prepare your food so if you could please let us know in advance, we would really appreciate it. If you are arriving on Sunday or Monday and would like food for Tuesday, please let us know by the Wednesday before.
During your stay, do come to say ‘hello’! We love showing people around the bakery and giving you delights to taste, freshly made from the produce from the farm and local producers.