Top tea-rooms in the Midlands

Whether you're looking for a warming soup, a light bite or a simple hot drink and a slice of cake, we're sure you'll find a tea-room to suit you.

From luxurious afternoon tea to a cuppa with a striking view, you'll find it all in the Midlands.

    Lady Berwick's

    Afternoon tea at Lady Berwick

    Take the opportunity to be served a traditional and delicious afternoon tea in the atmospheric setting of Lady Berwick's, situated in the Outer Library on the West Colonnade at Attingham Park in Shropshire.

    Manders tea-rooms

    Try something tasty in Manders Tearoom

    Manders tea-room is located in the refurbished Coach House of Wightwick Manor with an external seating area to dine al fresco. Enjoy dishes using local produce and ingredients grown in the Kitchen Garden. 

    Berrington Hall

    berrington hall three cheese salad cafe food

    Berrington Hall in Herefordshire has an Edwardian tea-room offering everything from a light bite to a hearty lunch.

    Carding Mill Valley

    The Chalet Pavilion at Carding Mill Valley, where the tea-room and shop are located

    Located within Carding Mill Valley, the Chalet Pavilion is a haven for walkers looking for refreshment. Children who've been playing in the stream are also big fans of the ice-cream on offer.

    Hanbury Hall

    Bee hives at Hanbury Hall in the Walled Garden

    From lemons to leeks and rocket to raspberries, Hanbury Hall are proud to use their home-grown produce. Eggs from the Bantams make the Cake of the Month and the honey from the bees help make the deserts.

    Lyveden New Bield

    The exterior of the Lyveden Tearoom

    The Cottage at Lyveden New Bield, Northamptonshire, was built around 1690. For years it served as a small farmstead and gamekeeper’s lodge. Today it serves you a selection of cream teas and homemade cake.

    Croome

    Croome Court looks out over the

    Enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea in the grand setting of the old Tapestry Room at Croome, Worcestershire. Once full of incredibly vibrant 18th-century tapestries, the tea-room offers a unique dining experience on the ground floor of the mansion house.

    Manifold tea-room

    A couple being served tea and cake with Thorpe Cloud in the background

    If there was ever a tea-room with a view then Manifold tea-room in the White Peak is it. Looking across to Thorpe Cloud, it is a spectacular setting in which to enjoy home-cooked food.

    The Loft at Hardwick

    A coffee and cake menu selection in the restaurant

    Nestled in the top of the Great Barn Restaurant at Hardwick is the Loft - a contemporary but cosy retreat, with comfy sofas from which to sit and relax and enjoy a delicious cake and cup of tea.

    The Stables tea-room

    Canons Ashby’s Stable tea-room and garden is a locally much loved destination providing fresh home baking daily. The signature savoury and sweet dishes are from historic recipes which have been made in the kitchens at Canons Ashby for hundreds of years.