Eating & shopping

 © David Levenson

Spring into the shop

New ranges will appear throughout the year including a lovely new range of scarves.  Don't forget that you won't need to pay admission to pop to the shop. 

So, if you just need a greetings card or jar of jam then visit the opening times page to find out when our shop is open.


What's cooking?

Homemade quiche served at Little Moreton Hall

Homemade quiche served at Little Moreton Hall

In 2012, we opened the doors to our new visitor reception and gift shop in the car park and a new eating space in the hall, giving us a tea-room and pantry for visitors to choose from.

You can also choose to sit outside in the orchard but the greedy robins and ducks will want to make friends too!

Looking for a gift?

Our new gift cards - the perfect present

You're sure to find a perfect gift in our shop but if not then we've gift cards instead.

Cards can be used in the shop, for admission or in eating places (you can put them towards membership too!).

Tea anyone?

A slice of home-made Victoria sponge served at Little Moreton Hall

Our cooks are always busy making scrummy home-made food. 

Why not stop for a delicious cream tea or piece of cake?

Outside sales area

Lots of outdoor products and plants for sale

Our outdoor sales area is bursting with lovely garden related goodies such as a pretty range of tea light holders in different shapes.

We now have lots of plants for sale too all grown at Hanbury Hall. 

Who was Mrs Dale?

The Dale family outside the little tea-room

Our pantry is named after Mrs Dale, a tenant farmer.

The Dale family were tenants at the Hall from 1881 until the 1930s. 

Thomas and his wife Ann along with their 13 children looked after the farm.