Join us for our annual Christmas Shopping Evenings on Thursday 6th December and Tuesday 18th December between 5pm & 8pm. Indulge in complimentary mince pies and mulled wine as you enjoy festive entertainment and listen to carols being sung by The Young Voices Choir. The Young Voices Choir is a group of local children who love singing in harmony, learning together for their own and others enjoyment. Their ages range from 5 to 15 years and any funds raised at their concerts helps to provide each singer with music copies.... Read More
We will be celebrating Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th birthday in style here at our Visitor Centre, with a special menu available in Calvert’s Restaurant. A Yorkshire Cream Tea complete with Pimm’s, home-made and locally sourced treats, and of course our handcrafted Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese; it’s not to be missed! Please ensure to book to avoid disappointment, minimum of two guests. View the menu here.
The origin of the sandwich can be traced back to the 18th Century. John Montagu, the Fourth Earl of Sandwich, was a prolific gambler and legend has it he would ask his valet to bring him meat between two slices of bread as a meal, in order that he didn’t need to leave the gaming table. As time went on, his companions began to ask for “the same as Sandwich” – and so the sandwich was born! In the present day, the sandwich is a highly popular snack or light... Read More
A popular dish in our Visitor Centre Coffee Shop – perfect as a snack, or as a light lunch/supper. Ingredients 1 flatbread 1 leek, washed and finely chopped Knob of butter 150ml vegetable stock 50ml whipping cream 1 slice bacon, grilled and diced 50g Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese, grated Black pepper Chopped parsley to garnish Method 1. Add the vegetable stock and butter to a pan and allow to simmer, before adding the leeks 2. Cover and simmer until liquid has reduced by 3/4 and the leeks have softened 3. Add... Read More
Enjoy a cheesy treat for lunch or dinner with this quiche recipe
Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th July 2014.
To celebrate the World's most famous cycle race coming through Hawes we will be open for longer!
We have also opened up our field at the front of the Creamery as a picnic area for the weekend, with fantastic views over the Dales.