News & Events
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We are excited to launch out Christmas menu starting this Wednesday 14th - through to Sunday 18th. We will also be doing Christmas dinners on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th. The Green Barn looks stunning in these wet and dark days and is the perfect place to while away the afternoon in the warmth of it space, and taking in the view across our kitchen gardens. Come night time it takes on a different glow all to itself. A totally uniques space to dine in. Please see below our Christmas lunch menu. Places are limited so booking is recommended. To book email firstname.lastname@example.org or call The Green Barn on 059 8632865.
We are excited to open our New Green Barn which we have been working on for the last six months or longer when you take in all the hurdles. Serving the freshest possible organic produce straight from our garden that morning, or from local organic beef and poultry farmers, we strive to serve you the best seasonal produce which reflects in our changing menus. We love to combine, taste, texture and colours and believe in unfussy, unpretentious food, letting our produce be the strength in what you eat.
Saturday 16th April 2016, 12.00 Noon: - A talk on the stories and histories of some Irish and Heritage Daffodils By Mary O’Brien.
Display of flowering heritage bulbs in pots.
The Gallery Cafe will be serving delicious organic lunches from produce in our garden, and cakes and other goodies.
February is one of our favourite months here at Burtown. We have old and extensive well established displays of naturalised snowdrops in the garden and woodland, and all down the avenue, as well as about 60 varieties of more recently planted special snowdrops. Our aconites have, in 300 years spread into magnificent carpets of yellow, under trees and throughout the garden.
Neil Porteous, head gardener at Mount Stewart, Co. Down, and head of all National Trust gardens in Northern Ireland, will be here at Burtown House and Gardens