Eating at Greenway

At Greenway the Barn Café is the perfect place for lunch, a delicious Devon cream tea or a nice slice of cake. If you're just after a drink and a snack, then you could check out the Tack Room, or if you're looking for something special for a group of 10 or more, then you could even book the House Kitchen for high teas.

The Barn Café 

With a choice of light lunches and kids meals, home-made cakes, hot and cold drinks and local ice-cream, there's sure to be something to whet your appetite. There's seating inside, outside and upstairs. The Barn Café is also home to a second-hand book shop, so you can have a browse whilst you eat.

 

The Tack Room

Located in the courtyard, the Tack Room is the perfect place to go if you are just after a drink and a snack. From here you can grab a pre-packed sandwich, Salcombe Dairy ice cream and hot or cold drinks to enjoy in the gardens, soaking up the views and the English Riviera sunshine. The Tack Room is open at the busier times of the year.

 

Picnics

You're welcome to enjoy picnics in the gardens; there are benches dotted around which enjoy views over the River Dart, as well as picnic benches at the edge of the car park. We request that the outside seating in the courtyard is used only for food and drinks which has been purchased here at Greenway. If you're looking for somewhere sheltered to picnic, there's the bandstand and marquee in the Walled Garden. 

 

The House Kitchen

If you would like to book the House Kitchen for a private high tea for a group of 10 or more people, please get in touch. The House Kitchen can seat 20 people, and is the perfect space for a special occasion.  

In the House Kitchen you can enjoy a high tea
The House Kitchen in Greenway, Agatha Christie's holiday home