Eating & shopping

Eat at Hidcote

Bangers and mash are on the menu © David Levenson

Bangers and mash are on the menu

Barn Café:

Where you can enjoy a refreshing cuppa or delicious light bite, alfresco.

Winthrop's Café:

Fancy treating yourself to something special? Then try one of the chef's mouth-watering dishes in our Winthrop's Café and Conservatory .
 

Shop at Hidcote

Buy locally made food and drink in the shop © National Trust/Attingham Park

Buy locally made food and drink in the shop

The shop:

Browse through our range of fine products, from tasty treats to gifts for the home and garden. Our shop is full of inspiring ideas.

Plant sales:

We can boast the National Trust's biggest plant centre. Choose from a huge variety of plants, many of which can be found growing in the garden.

Winthrop's Cafe and conservatory

Winthrop's cafe is a great place to catch up with friends and family

Winthrop's cafe is a great place to catch up with friends and family

Make the most of your day and enjoy a tasty lunch or delicious afternoon tea in our Winthrop's Café. Named after Johnston's mother, our café includes a contemporary dining room and new conservatory.

If alfresco dining is more your thing, why not relax in our new outdoor seating area? Wile away the afternoon as you breathe in the beautiful scents from the Old Garden and grab a bite to eat. Our terrace is the perfect place to sit and catch up with friends and family.

We've even got log burners to warm you up on the coldest of days. So grab a newspaper or your favourite book and take a seat beside the fire.

On sale this month

  • Hidcote pots made exclusively for us by Whichford Pottery © Hidcote

    Hidcote pots

    Made exclusively for us by Whichford Pottery, Hidcote handmade pots are now on sale.

  • Hidcote pots made exclusively for us by Whichford Pottery © Hidcote

    Woollen rugs

    Buy your beautiful picnic rug from us. They're great for keeping you warm too.

  • Hidcote pots made exclusively for us by Whichford Pottery © Hidcote

    Music to relax to

    Choose from our selection of classical CDs. Great after a hard day in the garden.

  • Garden books on sale in the Hidcote shop © NT Lauren Haasz

    The book room

    The perfect way to remember your visit. Choose from our range of garden-inspired books.

  • Garden books on sale in the Stourhead shop © David Levenson

    Jams

    Remember the tastes of summer with our range of jams and marmalades.

Meet some of our suppliers

  • Chapel Gate Nurseries, Evesham
  • Kitchen Garden, for chutneys and dressings
  • Fosseway Honey, Lower Brailes
  • Cotswold Fudge Co. for delicious treats
  • Cotteswold Dairy
  • Dangerfields, our baker
  • Hugh Nunn nurseryman
  • Cathryn Lucy Bellew for quirky handprinted farmyard inspired cards
  • Campbell Environmental Oils of Lower Swell for our rapeseed oil
  • Harvington Hellebores near Evesham

Take a plant home

You'll find the National Trust's biggest plant centre here at Hidcote. Many of the plants for sale are the same species as the plants you'll see gracing the borders at Hidcote.

Café eating times

A place setting in the restaurant at Ightham Mote, Kent © Stuart Cox

Our chef serves up the daily specials between 12 noon and 2.30pm. And you can also join us for afternoon tea, which includes homemade scones and freshly brewed coffee.

What's on the menu

A cream tea in on the menu at Corfe Castle © David Levenson

  • Bangers & mash
  • Parsnips Molly Parkin (V)
  • Chicken one pot
  • Chocolate brownies
  • Washed down with Hidcote Apple Juice, made from our own apples

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