Eating & shopping

New café opens in Morris' kitchen

Have something to eat in the old kitchen recreated to Philip Webb’s design

Have something to eat in the old kitchen recreated to Philip Webb’s design

Tasty treats

William Morris' kitchen and pantry have been returned to their original colour scheme and made into a cosy café. Now everyone can experience a little bit of living at Red House while enjoying a light lunch, hot drinks and cake or a cream tea. There's free wi-fi available too.

Warming lunches

Try a delicious higgidy pie in our cafe

Our tasty and filling higgidy pies have been very popular with visitors. But our filled baked potatoes or chunky soup are just as delicious alternatives.

Tea and cake

No better place to have tea and cake at any time of day

We offer lots of varieties of cake and coffee to sample at any time of day as well as a good old mug of tea. Spoil yourself with a piece of pecan and blueberry for example or even a cream tea.

Furniture to match

Come and eat in William Morris’ kitchen

We commissioned the arts and crafts style furniture in the style of William Morris specially for the cafe. The blue and white crockery was added because Janey Morris loved that style too.

Explore the new shop full of William Morris related designs  © National Trust/Jan Gillon

Explore the new shop full of William Morris related designs

New shop open in the coach house

Our shop has moved too, into the coach house that suits the new rustic style. It's larger and brighter to make browsing and shopping a more relaxing experience and it's full of Morris & Co designs as well as items unique to Red House. Do come along and find a gift or momento of your visit.

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