Eating & shopping

What's on offer?

Servants' Hall

 © Bob Sweet

You can choose from homemade cakes, flans and heartier lunches in our tea-room, which was originally the servants' hall. Wherever possible, we use ingredients grown in the walled garden or locally produced, so our menu is fresh, seasonal and something a little bit different.

Chambers

 © Michelle Hill

Join us for afternoon tea in Chambers, a gorgeous new place to treat yourself. You can book a room and celebrate in style or get together with friends and family. Call us on 01527 821214 to find out more.

Stableyard

Pick up a light bite at the stables kiosk © Kathryn Lovell

On bank holidays and busy days, our stableyard cafe is open for business. You can pop in for snacks, ice cream and drinks and enjoy them outdoors or add them to your picnic.

 © Bob Sweet

Chambers tea-room

You can sit back and enjoy views across the formal gardens and parkland from our new tea-room Chambers. Inspired by Hanbury's first owner, the lawyer Thomas Vernon, you can be waited on and enjoy afternoon tea in style. If you're coming with a group of friends or family, you can book a room or table. Just call on 01527 821214 to find out more.

Linger a while in the stableyard

  • Browse our shop

    When you visit our stableyard shop, you'll find a gift for everyone. Locally produced beers for the ale buffs, Hanbury grown everlasting flowers and beautiful throws for your home fill our shelves. Pop in for a browse on your next visit.

  • A good read © Colin Davidson

    Pick up a good read

    Visit our new secondhand bookshop in the summer house in the stableyard and pick up a bargain. All money raised goes towards the upkeep of Hanbury Hall and Gardens. We always need donations, so why not have a clear out and bring books along on your next visit?

  • Having fun in the gardens at Hanbury Hall © David Levenson

    Fun and games

    While you relax with a drink and a piece of cake, you can watch the family enjoy a game of chess or dominoes with our garden games. Or why not have a family croquet competition? Our children's play area is also nearby.

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