Eating & shopping
New shop for 2014
Visit our revamped shop when you’re next at Cragside. Taking inspiration from Lord Armstrong, the shop has had a 21st century make-over, so pop in and treat yourself to some fabulous gifts, books, local food and crafts.
Whilst exploring Cragside, take a break and visit our popular tea-rooms and our newly revamped shop situated in the Visitor Centre.
The tea-rooms use locally grown and seasonal produce and are open for morning coffee, light snacks and afternoon tea.
A local taste
Call into our tea-rooms and try a singin' hinnie, the Northumbrian name for a scone-like bun, made with dried fruit and cooked on a flat griddle.
Why not try....
- Craster kipper pate
- Hot roast pork roll with sage stuffing and apple sauce
- Spiced lentil soup
- Celeriac and split pea soup
- Jacket potato with various fillings
- Hodge podge pie
- Selection of scones
- Mucky mouth tart
- Raspberry and thyme custard tart
Afternoon tea at Cragside. Dine in style and eat like a Lord in our tea-rooms this March. We’re bringing afternoon tea for two back and what better place to enjoy homemade scones, delicious sandwiches and of course a warming tea.
Cragside's lemon curd cake
Follow these top tips from chef Jill Barnes to make the most popular cake on sale in our tea-room - the lemon curd cake. Yum.