Sky Cafe

Enjoy the view up on Sky Cafe

  • Climb the scaffold around the house to enjoy Sky Cafe.
  • Open every day except Tuesdays.
  • Serving snacks and drinks with the best views in Worcestershire.
  • Return in April for light lunches too!

Time for lunch

  • The visitor centre restaurant serves hot lunches and a choice of soup from 12noon until 2pm.
  • If you'd like a sandwich made for you, please ask us.
  • Treat yourself to a glass of wine or a glass of local cider.
  • Roast lunches served on Sundays.

Time for tea

Enjoy a break at Croome

  • The visitor centre restaurant is open from 10am until 5pm.
  • Pick a hot drink from our wide choice of coffees and Taylor's teas.
  • The small temporary tea-room at the house is open from 11am until 4pm, Wednesday to Sunday, serving tea and filter coffee.

Make a Deerhurst Pie

A winter warmer

A winter warmer

Download our Head Chef's recipe for Croome's Deerhurst Pie, served on occasion in our restaurant over the winter.

More for you

Gluten-free food

  • Ask us for our range of gluten-free food
  • Check our vegetarian options
  • You can ask for a hot lunch as a child's portion
  • Don't forget to get your drinks loyalty card stamped

Kid's corner

Keeping the children busy

Take a seat by the mini table and chairs in our 1940s-style restaurant to entertain your young family whilst you eat.

We have colouring-in sheets and a fun activity cube to play with.

Family time

  • Breastfeeding is welcome 

    Breastfeeding welcome

    Breastfeeding is welcome throughout Croome, including in our canteen.

  • We’ll do everything we can to help you with your little ones 

    With a baby or toddler?

    You're welcome in our canteen. We have high chairs, small cutlery and we can warm baby food.

Children's choice

Group of children eating breakfast in Kingfisher Stackpole Estate

  • Children's sized hot meals are served at weekends
  • Pick up a children's lunch box with drink, nibbles and a choice of sandwich
  • Try a babycino - frothy hot milk to warm their little tummies