There are lots of place to get a cup of tea and a cake at Croome or a more substantial meal should you want it. We have lots to offer and can cater for most dietary requirements.
The 1940s style restaurant is in the Visitor Centre has been restored from a ruined RAF wartime building.
The refreshment stop at the Temple Greenhouse is a great place to enjoy a quick break during your walk in the parkland.
Kitty Fisher's tea-room is a perfect spot to have a break during your visit to the house.
'Bertha' the original 1940s wartime tea car can be found near the childrens playground by the RAF museum during the summer months.
Do you fancy cooking something from our recipe collection?
A visit to the shop and Gardener's Bothy plant sales at the Visitor Centre is a relaxing way to spend some time looking for that perfect souvenir or gift. Our new spring stock is in come and have a look.
Would you like to explore more of our acres of parkland? Download one of our many walks to help you discover somewhere new including woodlands, follies and wide open spaces with far reaching views.