Tea-room and tea garden

Visitors enjoy lunch in the Dyrham Park tea-room

Situated in the former stables, the tea-room is a great place to grab a cream tea or spot of lunch.

From children's pack lunches and cream teas to hot food and quick bites, the tea-room at Dyrham Park offers something for everyone.

No National Trust visit would be complete without a slice of cake or a freshly-baked scone and, if the weather permits, an ice-cream from the nearby Marshfield Ice-creams.

During the finer weather, you can sit in the secluded tea garden or grab a sandwich and a drink from the courtyard kiosk and enjoy an al fresco lunch in the garden.

In the winter months, Dyrham Park venison is on the menu and throughout the year - subject to availability - there are some specially developed items such as 17th-century bisket and vegan options.

The tea-room is open daily from 10am-4pm and the courtyard kiosk open during busier times only, such as school holidays and some weekends.