Dine & Shop

Eat, drink and shop at Normanby Hall. Bring a picnic or dine at our Stableyard Café, there are a range of options for your visit.

Food and Drink

We have a range of options available for eating and drinking during your visit to Normanby Hall.

Stableyard Café

The café is open daily and serves a range of tempting treats, delicious hot and cold food and speciality drinks.

Browse the specials board for a choice of seasonal homemade food, using produce from the walled garden when available. Our team will be happy to help with any dietary requirements. To avoid disappointment, hot food must be ordered half an hour before the café closes.

Normanby Hall Golf Clubhouse

The clubhouse is open seven days a week serving beers, wines, ciders, non-alcoholic and hot drinks. 

Enjoy a bite to eat whilst enjoying great views across the 18th hole from the balcony. A popular full English breakfast is served every Saturday until 12pm. 

Non golf members are very welcome. 

To book a table call 01724 297085 or email normanbyclubhouse@northlincs.gov.uk.

Normanby Arms

The bar stocks a great selection of beer, wine, and gins. Visitors can also purchase hot drinks, soft drinks, snacks and ice creams. The bar near the main lawn is open on busy summer days as well as during our events.

Tuck Shop

The tuck shop offers hot and cold drinks, snacks and ice creams, conveniently situated by the Splash Pad and is open on busy summer days.

Gift Shop

Pick up a souvenir of your day at the park, a toy for your child, some treats for your dog, a gift for a friend or even yourself! 

The gift shop showcases a great selection of handmade arts and crafts from local designers. Unique artisan gifts on offer include handmade ceramics, prints, felted animals, photography, and greetings cards.

The shop is helping visitors to shop local by stocking Lincolnshire and Yorkshire produced beer, chocolates, plum loaves, coffee, jams and chutneys. The shop also stocks fresh locally grown vegetables with some produce harvested from the park’s own walled garden. 

As well as these fantastic products, visitors can also purchase food to feed the resident ducks.