Eating in Northern Ireland
For many of you relaxing at one of our tea-rooms is an essential part of a great day out. Whether you're looking for a refreshing drink or lunch, you'll get the best in taste and quality with a delicious range of snacks, teas and coffees, soup, sandwiches, tray bakes and scones, as well as meals. Every pound of profit generated by our catering outlets contributes directly to the National Trust's conservation work.
Where to eat
Giant’s Causeway, County Antrim
Enjoy a selection of local tasty food and refreshments in the Visitor Centre café. Whether you fancy a quick cappuccino or a more wholesome bowl of seafood chowder, the menu is sure to have something to tempt you. Alternatively, relax, unwind and spend some time in the Causeway Hotel bar and restaurant.
Carrick-a-Rede, County Antrim
Join us in the Weighbridge tea-room and enjoy scones, cakes and tray bakes with your morning coffee and afternoon tea. There’s also a range of gluten free cakes and tray bakes as well as delicious, freshly made sandwiches and soup.
The Argory, County Armagh
The Courtyard Coffee Shop is full of home baked produce including sandwiches, paninis, soups, scones and cakes. Enjoy a coffee under the porte-cochère whilst taking in the surrounds of what was originally a working farmyard.
Castle Ward, County Down
The Stableyard tea-room has space for eating indoors or alfresco. Relax and enjoy great coffee, delicious cake or something savoury, including vegetarian and gluten free options, while you decide what to do next at Castle Ward.
Mount Stewart, County Down
Pop in to Mount Stewart tea-room and try something delicious from the menu. Choose from a delicious range of soup, sandwiches, mouth-watering treats and refreshments. Sit back and relax in our comfy new chairs and seating area.
Rowallane Garden, County Down
Enjoy more of Rowallane’s beauty in the tea-room. The colour schemes mirror the four seasons and there is a delightful patio area for outdoor dining. Enjoy light bites, filled wraps and paninis, tempting cakes and freshly brewed coffee.
Castle Coole, Co Fermanagh
The Tallow House Tea-Room is open throughout the season for hot food and snacks. Diners can choose from a range of delicious home-made dishes, created from locally-sourced ingredients where possible.
Florence Court, Co Fermanagh
The Stables Restaurant is a spacious, traditional style tea-room, which serves a range of creative dishes. Famed in the local area for their delicious range of home baked goods, the desserts and cakes are always with visitors.
Crom, County Fermanagh
The Little Orchard Tea-Room, located in the Visitor Centre has beautiful views across Lough Erne. The tea-room is open throughout the season with a range of hot lunches and snacks, using fresh local produce wherever possible.
Springhill, Co Londonderry
The quaint tea-room at Springhill was originally the Servants’ Hall, with some of the original features still intact. Enjoy locally baked scones and hot drinks or alternatively pick up light refreshments in the visitor centre.