Moors Valley Seasons restaurant

Food and drink

Moors Valley boasts a delightful array of places to eat and drink that cater to every palate. Whether you’re fuelling up after a woodland walk or simply craving a tasty treat, we’ve got you covered.

Seasons restaurant 

Based at our Visitor Centre, Seasons is an independent family business. Using local produce where possible, they offer everything from hot drinks and full English breakfast, to freshly made soup and main meals including burgers and traditional fish and chips. 

Children can also tuck into a hot meal or choose their own pick-and-mix lunch box from a choice of sandwiches, snacks, drinks, and fruit.  

Open from Monday to Sunday, 9am to 4.30pm (food served until 4pm), seating is available inside and out in the beautiful courtyard. Dogs are welcome and you can also enjoy free Wi-Fi.  

In a hurry? Get a takeaway hot drink or a snack from the Takeaway Kiosk, open from 10am to 4pm all week during the school holidays and at 9am to 4pm on weekends. 

Moors Valley Seasons restaurant
Explorers Kiosk

Explorers’ Kiosk

Make a quick pit stop and refuel at Explorers, located near the Snake Pit on our Play Trail. 

It serves coffee, speciality teas, cold drinks, ice creams and a range of snacks, cakes and tasty treats for those adventurers who are in a hurry to get straight back to snakes and ladders.  

You can visit the kiosk from 10.30am to 4pm during the week, and from 9am to 4.30pm at weekends. Picnic benches can be found nearby if you want to stop and relax for a while.  

Please be aware that opening times for Explorers may vary depending on the time of year and weather conditions.  

If you have an allergy or intolerance, please inform a member of staff at your point of purchase.

Ice Cream Kiosk 

Treat yourself and try a delicious ice cream or Dole Whip(R), a soft-serve dairy-free frozen dessert in a range of flavours with fun topping options.

Open every day from Easter – Halloween 9am – 5pm, weather dependant.

Please be aware that opening times for the ice cream kiosk may vary depending on the time of year and weather conditions.  

If you have an allergy or intolerance, please inform a member of staff at your point of purchase.

Kingsmere Station Kiosk 

Grab a hot drink or snack from the kiosk and park up at one of the outdoor and undercover tables – perfect for spotting the historic miniature steam engines.  

Additional outdoor tables can be found at the Station View Picnic Area, over the nearby footbridge. Toilets and baby changing facilities are also close by.  

The Station Buffet is open from 10.45am to 4.30pm at the weekends and school holidays.  

Please be aware that opening times for Station Buffet may vary depending on the time of year and weather conditions.  

If you have an allergy or intolerance, please inform a member of staff at your point of purchase. 

Lakeside Station Kiosk 

A stop on the circular steam train trip, the Lakeside Station Kiosk has a range of cold and hot drinks, snacks, and ice creams. Outdoor tables are available at the nearby Lakeside Picnic area.  

The Kiosk is open from 10.45am to 4.30pm at the weekends and school holidays.  

Please be aware that opening times may vary depending on the time of year and weather conditions.  

If you have an allergy or intolerance, please inform a member of staff at your point of purchase. 

Bringing a picnic? 

We have several designated areas across the park with picnic benches for you to enjoy. We have removed litter bins to protect and keep the amazing wildlife that live here safe, so please help us to keep the park litter-free and take all rubbish home with you. 

FAQ

Can I bring a barbecue (BBQ)?

To protect the forest and wildlife, open flames, including, but not limited to BBQs, camping stoves, pizza ovens and fires are not permitted at Moors Valley.

Is there a cash point at Moors Valley?

No. However our parking pay stations and all outlets will accept payment by cards and contactless devices.

Can I feed the swans?

We don’t advise feeding the swans unless the weather is particularly cold and icy as swans normally find enough food in the wild without needing supplementary feeding. If you do feed them, we ask you only to do so when they’re in the water. If you feed them when they’re out of the water this can encourage them to venture into the picnic area and to chase. Find out more about swans on the Wildlife Trusts website.