Hockey’s Cafe

Surrounded by fragrant roses and cottage garden plants the Hockey`s Cafe Area offers a relaxing experience. Once a small 'museum' of farming implements from 'days gone by' the area has been restored without losing its appeal. Old flat irons, meat mincers and mole traps sit alongside horseshoes and paintings from local artists.  Now completely enclosed, the Farmyard Cafe has kept its country feel whilst keeping out the chill!


Our fresh bean grinding coffee machine serves a range of coffees & hot chocolate.  A pot of tea or perhaps a glass of chilled prosecco can all be enjoyed in the cafe area or outside in the sunshine. We are licensed to serve alcohol; you are very welcome to buy a beer, cider or a bottle of wine from our shop and borrow a glass to enjoy your purchases whilst at the farm. We have a delightful selection of 'nibbles & olives' too.

Opening Hours

Sunday to Friday
9 am until 5 pm
(Last orders hot food 4.30pm)

Saturday
8 am until 5.30pm
(Last orders hot food 5 pm)

 

Create your own on-site picnic

We provide the plates, cutlery, napkins etc and you buy your picnic in our shop then settle comfortably in the cafe area or on the  lawn and simply tuck in. We have a selection of fresh fruit/veg, salad, local bread, cakes, cheeses, pies, pates and sliced meats, along with local beers, a range of wines, soft drinks or new Forest Spring Water to complete your meal.

Seating outside

Brilliant Breakfasts

We're now serving hot breakfasts.  Our home grown lop pork bacon roll is our new best seller:

 

FREE WiFi

 

Whilst our cafe harks back to 'days gone by' we have still provided you with fast, reliable and easy-to-use Wi-Fi and the best bit is - it is absolutely free!

 

Brand New Forest Card

 

Each Brand New Forest card holder can enjoy a free hot drink when presenting their card.  You can find out more about the Brand New Forest Card here

 

 

 

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