The tearoom at Coleridge Cottage

A slice of ginger cake in the Coleridge Cottage tearoom

Small but perfectly formed, the tearoom at Coleridge Cottage is packed with tasty treats to make your mouth water.

Tucked away at the back of Coleridge Cottage is a little tearoom, warmed by a wood-burning stove and packed full of delicious treats, including a ‘Poet’s lunch’ (a cheese scone, cheese, and chutney), a selection of cakes and traybakes, seasonal soup, and of course, cream teas.

Secrets from the Cottage’s past

The 22-seat tearoom is a reminder that Coleridge Cottage was a family home before 2011, lived in by custodians. Whilst we rustle up your scones and cakes in the custodian’s old kitchen, see if you can find their old bathroom, a Victorian loo, and our working 17th century well.  

Browse for a new book

What goes better with a cup of tea or a delicious hot chocolate than a great new book? Our second hand bookshelf is always full, so have a browse and see what you can find.  

Visiting the tearoom

As the tearoom is inside the Cottage, you must purchase a ticket to the Cottage if you wish to visit.

Due to the small size of the Cottage and the tearoom, we ask that large groups contact the Cottage to find out about visiting.

Dogs are permitted in the garden, but not the tearoom or the Cottage.