About 8 minutes from park
Hayling Island PO11 0SEVisit Website
Boasting a lovely farmyard setting and only steps from the island’s west coast where you can soak up views across Chichester Harbour, the tea rooms are reasonably priced and welcoming. Most importantly, they serve up lots of tasty grub, ranging from homemade burgers produced from the farm’s own cattle, sandwiches, jacket potatoes, quiche and bangers and mash. There’s a good choice of cakes and scones, as well as daily specials. Plus, you can also buy things like milk, eggs, jam and ice cream all produced by the farm. Northney Farm has been running in a similar fashion since the 1930s, and now has around 120 Ayrshire cows which mainly produce milk. The dairy farm is predominantly made up of pastureland for the cows to graze, while maize and other crops are also grown. You’ll also see ducks milling around, some clucking hens and maybe even a very handsome cockerel if you’re lucky.
To reach Northney Farm Tea Rooms Hayling Island visitors coming from the mainland just take the first left after crossing Langstone Bridge. The tea rooms are just around the bend and clearly signposted, with a car park available if you’re driving. To get to the bridge, take the Havant and Hayling Island roundabout on the A27, which is a short drive from the A3(M). If you’re using public transport to get to Hayling Island, the nearest train station is in Havant, which is served by a number of Southern routes. From here, you can catch the number 30 or 31 bus, getting off at the stop at the top of Northey Road. The farm is less than a mile from here.
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