All change in our Bee Shack Cafe for 2015

Bee Shack interior 1

Our beloved Bee Shack Café is currently filled to bursting with experimental baked goodies. Whilst we’ve been closed this winter we’ve put the tiny café kitchen through its paces by baking new recipes for the second Honeybuns book. There are cakes, pies, tarts and quiches everywhere.

Bee shack internal 2

As the Bee Shack also serves as our team room during the week we’ve all been able to share the food hot from the test oven. It follows that quite a few of us here at Honeybuns have braved the wintry weather fronts to run off our excesses-The peanut butter, chocolate and roasted butternut squash loaf was worth the 4 miles round the block-just.

Come April, we’ll reopen the Bee Shack in a new format. This is principally to allow us to continue working on the Honeybuns cook book. We need every bit of space to continue working on recipe development.

We have a lovely new tented lounge in the front field which will be furnished in a homely and eclectic manner.

You can still sit in the Bee Shack at a communal table, the tented area will be open and the quirky gardens all open as normal.

Picnic table

We invite you to bring your own picnics whilst we provide cakes and drinks. Sally’s shop will be open as normal for cakes and gifts. We are taking the Bee Shack back to how it started with a simpler approach.

We’ve had great fun providing lunches and savoury specials over the years but we need to simplify things.

We look forward very much to welcoming customers old and new when we reopen on Saturday, April 4th. It’ll be a different kind of Bee Shack experience but just as warm and quirky. We positively encourage you to ‘consume food not bought on these premises’ for your lunch.

See you soon,

With love, Emma and all at Honeybuns.

Glamp tea