Eating at Croome
There’s a 1940s style restaurant at the Visitor Centre once part of RAF Defford's wartime buildings and there’s also a tea-room in the basement of the house.
Relax in the restaurant
The 1940s style restaurant is in the Visitor Centre which we have restored from ruined RAF wartime buildings and is open from 9am every morning, we will be serving Bacon baps, cakes and drinks . Hot meals are served from 12 noon until 2pm, light lunches until 3pm including soups and sandwiches.
There are also children's lunch boxes, snacks and a range of homemade cakes too. Traditional roast lunches are served every Sunday.
Treat yourself to a glass of wine or a bottle of local cider along with a range of juices and soft drinks.
Don't forget to:
• ask us for our range of gluten-free food
• check our vegetarian options
• ask for a hot lunch as a child's portion
• get your drinks loyalty card stamped
Tea in the basement of the house
Grab a quick cup of tea, coffee and light bite in the tea-room in the basement of the house. Open from 11am until 4pm every day.
'Bertha' the original 1940s wartime tea van, which served servicemen and women on second world war airbases, often makes an appearance on busy days for a quick place to grab a cuppa.
There is a children’s area at the end of the Visitor Centre restaurant with mini tables and chairs for young children to be kept entertained while you relax. There are colouring-in sheets and an activity cube to play with.
Breastfeeding is welcome throughout Croome, including in the restaurant. If you’re with a baby or toddler, there are high chairs, small cutlery and we can warm baby food for you.