Eating at Felbrigg Hall
Whether you are looking for a classic National Trust cream tea, or something a bit more substantial, you should be able to find a wide variety of tasty seasonal treats in the Squire's Pantry, found in the courtyard.
Found in the courtyard, the Squire's Pantry offers a selection of hot and cold drinks, freshly made sandwiches, a variety of one-pot meals, scones and cakes. Just as the changing seasons bring different things to Felbrigg, the dishes in the tea-room reflect the current season.
Most of our dishes are simple to make at home and you could try the recipes at the bottom of the page. Or, you might like to buy the National Trust cookbook now available in the shop.
Eating with little ones
Childrens lunch boxes, to eat in or take on a picnic, are available for £4.50. This includes any five items from a selection, and there are healthy options available.
Dogs are welcome
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome in the tearoom, and in the courtyard where water bowls are provided. You can enjoy a good walk around the estate, and then a welcome break inside or out depending on the weather.
If you have an allergy or intolerance, please let us know
Food made onsite at Felbrigg is made using a wide range of ingredients. Whilst we do our best, we can’t guarantee that any of our dishes are totally allergen free. However, we’d love to help you with your choice by telling you about our ingredients, so please speak to a member of our team on your visit.
Bringing a picnic
On good weather days, and bank holidays, we can be quite busy in the Squire's Pantry. If you like, you can skip the queues and bring your own picnic. You can either find a quiet picnic spor somewhere on the estate, or you will find picnic tables in our meadow area next to the Walled Garden.