Escape to the countryside and indulge with a series of spring feasting evenings at Nancarrow Farm, an award-winning working organic farm in Devon.
The events are set to provide guests with a rare opportunity to visit the tranquil valley of Truro and enjoy produce in the surroundings it has been reared. The first of Nancarrow Farm’s spring events take place on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 April.
These back-to-back banquets offer a menu based around their home-bred South Devon beef. Next up, Nancarrow’s Tamworth pork headlines the following feast on Wednesday 10 May.
Guests are encouraged to arrive early evening to explore the farm and barns, whilst welcome canapés and cocktails are served in the courtyard. In an idyllic oak tithe barn, guests can then take their seats at long trestle tables laid with fresh flowers, homemade breads and cultured butter – before feasting upon a three-course supper.
Chefs Darren Broom and Jack Bristow are immersed in farm life, from planning the kitchen garden to butchering the livestock. Their passion for the ingredients they work with shines through in their dishes, many of which are cooked over wood on an open fire and the grills of the outdoor kitchen.
Drinks are available from a well-stocked bar which includes house cocktails, wines paired to each menu, and Nancarrow’s own Barn Ale, brewed by local brewery Black Flag.
Steve Chamberlain, partner at Nancarrow Farm said, “For generations we’ve worked hard to create an environment where our animals thrive. Our farm feasts are the perfect opportunity to share this with others, and to enjoy the fruits of our labour.”
Price: £38 per person, and include a drink on arrival and three courses. PLUS: A feast, bed and breakfast option is available priced at £210, based on two people sharing. Includes two feast tickets, accommodation for one night at Nancarrow Farm, and a communal breakfast in The Old Mill.
Bookings: To make a reservation, click here.
When: April 21, 22. May 10.
Where: Nancarrow Farm, Truro TR4 9DQ