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We accept online bookings for parties of less than ten. If you’d like to book for a larger group, please drop us an email to check availability. Please note that for for groups of ten or more a discretionary service charge of 10% will be added to the bill and we require tables to pre-order 24 hours in advance.
We have a really busy Dining Room so we allocate a certain length of dining time for each table, but if you’d like longer just let us know and we’ll do our best to accommodate you. We don’t currently take bookings for tables in the Bar or on the Terrace, but if you call ahead we can let you know how busy we’re looking. On Sunday the Dining Room is closed from 3pm but our Classic and Grazing menus are available until 9pm.
We host a range of food and music events throughout the year, including our annual four-day festival for all the family – Milk Fest! Keep an eye on our Facebook page to see what we’ve been up to recently, or learn more about what we’re planning next:
We’re delighted to have the work of ‘en plein air’ oil painter Karl Terry on our walls for the next few weeks and hope you’ll have a chance to pop in to admire his evocative landscapes. Karl is a member of the Wapping Group of Artists and The Rye Society of Artists and his work is in many private collections both in England and abroad. In 2011 Karl was featured on the BBC2 art documentary called ‘Show me the Monet’ and was an invited artist at Plein Air Easton, Maryland USA. He will be donating 25% of all proceeds from his exhibition at The Milk House to the British Heart Foundation.
From Monday 31 October until Thursday 17 November, we are looking forward to showcasing over 20 fantastic works of art, photography and sculpture that have been generously donated by our very talented artists from the local area and the South East. This special exhibition will be in aid of Save the Children, culminating in an exclusive art auction on Thursday 17 November at The Milk House.
We’re making plans to ensure a fun, jolly and delicious Christmas in Sissinghurst with a range of special party menus to suit groups large and small, guaranteed to get you in a merry mood. We’re taking bookings from Monday 28 November onwards so bring your family, bring your friends and celebrate in style!
To find out what else we’ve got in store, you’ll want to check out our Christmas calendar (click here!) packed with carolling, concerts and more. There are big celebrations planned for Christmas Eve and New Year’s too so we hope to see you under the mistletoe!
From Monday 31 October until Thursday 17 November, we are looking forward to showcasing over 20 fantastic works of art, photography and sculpture that have been generously donated by our very talented artists from the local area and the South East.
This special exhibition will be in aid of Save the Children, culminating in an exclusive art auction on Thursday 17 November. The evening is currently by invitation only, but if you are interested in joining us, please contact Jan Cobley on 01892 722476 or email@example.com.
Keep checking our Facebook page for more information about the artists involved and the important work of Save the Children. We will also be sharing updates on Twitter closer to the event using #artwithheart.
Sissinghurst is the perfect place for a family day out, especially during the warmer months, with the historic castle and gardens just half a mile’s walk from The Milk House. Cranbrook, Kent’s smallest town and one of the prettiest, is 1.8 miles from Sissinghurst village. The journey takes five minutes by road, and there are regular buses. Alternatively, a pleasant route can be taken on foot across the fields.
From nearby Staplehurst station, you can reach London by train in less than an hour. If you’re hitting the road instead, our car park is ample. Both The Channel Tunnel and Dover are within an hour’s drive. Gatwick Airport is about an hour away with Heathrow and Stansted not much further.