The Milk House

The Street, Sissinghurst, Kent TN17 2JG

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Springtime in Sissinghurst

Posted on 20 Mar 2015 in Pub | Comments Off on Springtime in Sissinghurst

The daffs are out, we’re in the midst of lambing season and Spring’s finally afoot in Sissinghurst! We had a romantic Valentine’s Day with talented Olivia Jageurs on harp and a blooming lovely Mothering Sunday with help from Astilbe & Sorrel.

Now the sun’s a little warmer and shinier, we’ve launched our Spring Dining Menu, which uses lots of fresh flavours and spectacular local ingredients. We recommend you try our heirloom tomato sundae or the pancetta-wrapped wood pigeon – yummy! It’s not long now until we reopen the pizza oven too (stay tuned)…

We’re also looking forward to Easter when we’ll hope you’ll bring the family together for a real Spring celebration. On the Saturday, we’ll be hosting an egg hunt at 3.30pm with lots of chocolately treats in store.

We know it’s a bit late in the day, but we’re on the lookout for lambs to come frolic with us in the afternoon too – so if you know a farmer or school that might like to be part of our weekend, don’t hesitate to get in touch!

On Easter Sunday, we’d love you to join us for an ‘all day Easter lunch’ served from midday–9pm with a special set menu in the Dining Room, or for our classic Sunday Lunch in the bar.

Our Children’s Menu will be available all weekend for little ones and – naturally – we’ll be serving buttery hot cross buns all weekend too! Contact to book.

In other news, local artist Bernard Hartley’s magnificent watercolours are hanging in our Dining Room. Two pieces were snapped up before they’d even made it onto the walls, so why not pop in this month to see what all the fuss is about?

We’re also very excited to be launching Cheery Days ‘wine and vine’ experience days with Kent Vineyard, offering visitors the opportunity to roll up their sleeves and get involved with English wine production.

Alongside local Chapel Down and Hush Heath wines, we’re now offering Kent Vineyard’s first vintage Rampant Horse by the glass. You won’t find it anywhere else, so why not opt for a glass of something local?

Whether you’re with us for a weekend, or just dropping by for a pint, we hope you have a chance to make most of this exciting time of year. Take a leisurely stroll through the fields, admire the flowers, marvel at the birdsong – and join us for a drink or two afterwards! We look forward to seeing you.

And do get in touch if you’d like to join Team TMH because we’re on the look out for talented chefs!