Eating and shopping at Arlington Court

Beautiful designs in the spring 2020 range

Arlington Court is closed for the moment, please see our main page for the latest coronavirus updates. Hope to see you once we open again. Come and try one of our famous Devonshire cream teas in the Old Kitchen tea-rooms, and browse through a great range of gifts in the Arlington shop (relocated alongside the toilet block due to storm damage). Pick up local jams and chutneys grown in the walled garden, or pop into our seasonal cafe under the vines.

Devon cream tea
Devon cream tea
Devon cream tea

The Old Kitchen tea-room

Indulge in a Devonshire cream tea or choose from a range of home-baked cakes for afternoon tea. The Old Kitchen tear-room offers a great range of seasonal hot and cold snacks and drinks, some of which are made with fresh produce from Arlington's walled kitchen garden.

Speciality high-teas are available on request, Adult £12, children (under 12) £7 - which include freshly prepared sandwiches, homemade cakes, and a cream tea. For more information and to book please contact the tea-room on 01271 851111.

The Vine Cafe

Open during school holidays: The brand new seasonal Vine Cafe tucked behind the house offers a great alternative for quick pick-up and go snacks, drinks and ice-cream. With beautiful seating under the sprawling vines of the pergola, this dog-friendly cafe is a great place to sit and relax.


Browse through a great range of products in our well-stocked shop including:

  • Jams and chunteys made in the Arlington walled kitchen garden
  • Beautiful rugs, mugs and homeware
  • Books for everyone, including the new Arlington guidebook
  • A memento of your visit including bookmarks, postcards and fridge magnets
  • Anytime cards and gifts

Due to storm damage the shop has relocated to our activity room alongside the toilet block.

Second-hand bookshop

Don't forget to visit our second-hand bookshop in the walled garden, and browse through a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction bargains. All proceeds from the bookshop go directly towards the care and conservation of Arlington and the wider estate.