Eating & shopping

In the mood for tea and cake?

Treat yourself to a full cream tea with our freshly baked scones (visit mid-afternoon for piping hot ones!) or try one of our wide range of scrumptious cakes.

Feeling hungry?

Liverpool's most famous dish

Try one of our local specialities in the restaurant - our scouse is highly recommended and pan haggerty, a vegetarian dish, is delicious.

If you'd prefer a lighter snack, pop into the Stable Tea Room.

Special requirements?

We have gluten-free and dairy-free options available. Please contact us in advance of your visit if you have any special dietary requirements and we'll do our best to help.

Local produce

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We sell a variety of scrumptious local cakes, jams and other goodies.

For a memento of your visit, souvenir guidebooks, postcards and other Speke Hall items are also available.

Gifts and treats

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Our range includes lots of beautiful items that would make the perfect present for a lucky friend or family member. In fact, why not treat yourself?

Goodies for the garden

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If you've been looking for something new for the garden, then you've come to the right place. We've got all sorts of nifty gifts for gardeners, garden ornaments to suit everyone and even snacks for wildlife.

Cards and books

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Local artist Steve Strode has painted a beautiful selection of Speke Hall and Liverpool scenes for a range of cards on sale in our shop.

We also have a great range of National Trust books available, covering topics from perfect puddings to ghosts, and a fascinating selection of books focused on Liverpool and the surrounding area.

Pick up a plant

We have a fantastic range of locally grown plants available in our shop.

Why not treat yourself to one and take advantage of our free plant babysitting service while you enjoy the rest of your visit?

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Perfect with a big cup of tea

Try making our local speciality

Wet Nelly is an old Liverpool favourite. It was originally made from compressed broken biscuits, pastry remnants etc. and was a tasty way to use up leftovers.

Why is it called Wet Nelly? Well, it's not named after anyone, it's just a moist version of Nelson Cake, a Lancashire fruit cake. It's absolutely delicious and is one of our top sellers in the restaurant.

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