Bluebells Café is the place to eat and drink at Briddlesford Lodge Farm

Bluebells at Briddlesford, named after the favourite family in our Guernsey herd, is our farm cafe and education facility and the hub of much of the Briddlesford farm activity.

We are open 7 days a week with hearty breakfasts and coffee and cake served from 9:00 am, farmhouse lunches from midday until 4:00pm, and afternoon tea until 5:00pm. On select Saturday evenings we open for supper from 6:30pm.

Our menu is focused on quality fresh seasonal food from the Island’s farmers and growers, expertly prepared by our team of talented chefs. Briddlesford rose veal and dairy products feature in a number of signature dishes including our house schnitzel, homemade pies, halloumi burgers and Briddlesford mess dessert.

We host live music nights featuring the best of the local music scene as well as our resident band The Herd. See our calendar for details of upcoming events as well as our Facebook and twitter pages.

The cafe, opened in 2009, was the second new addition to the dairy farm after the completion of the shop in 2005. It is housed in a converted barn, formerly the herds’ winter housing and was designed by Lincoln Miles.

Bluebells cafe is run by Chris Griffin, wife of Paul Griffin the great grandson of the dairy founder Charles Griffin. Chris is always on hand to ensure you have a fantastic experience and answer any enquiries and requests.