Eating at Hanbury Hall
There are plenty of places to enjoy good food at Hanbury Hall. From our hearty lunches in the Servants’ Hall to delicious afternoon tea served in Chambers, you’re sure to be spoilt for choice.
Here at Hanbury we’re proud to use home-grown, organic seasonal produce from our very own Walled Garden. Our fantastic team of dedicated gardeners work hard to provide many of the delicious fruits and vegetables we use.
Servants' Hall Tearoom
Visit our Servants’ Hall tearoom, open daily from 10am. Every day there is a great selection of freshly prepared food to choose from, whether it’s a warming bowl of soup, a tasty sandwich or a lovely scone.
Lunch is served between 12noon and 2.30pm but don’t forget to leave room for something sweet, we’ve got a tempting assortment of cakes and scones, perfect for a mid-afternoon treat.
You’ll find Chambers tearoom on the first floor of the house, offering stunning views of the surrounding Worcestershire Countryside. It’s the perfect place to linger and treat yourself to a light lunch or delicious afternoon tea. Relax, take in the views and enjoy being waited on by our friendly catering team.
Chambers is open between 1pm and 4pm every weekend.
Afternoon tea is one of our specialities. Sit back in beautiful surroundings and enjoy a selection of mouth-watering sandwiches, delicious cakes and clotted cream scones served with loose leaf teas and local cold drinks.
Tables are available between 1pm and 4pm. To book, please call 01527 821214.
Time for a picnic
There are many beautiful spots perfect for a picnic in our gardens. We have picnic tables nestled underneath the trees in our Stableyard or take a stroll down to the Orangery Lawn and enjoy the peace and quiet of the nearby parkland.
If the weather is less than ideal or you want a break from the sun, stop by the back of the house with your picnic and take a seat in the Tea Tent. All dogs are welcome in the Tea Tent too!
Every tea, coffee or slice of cake you enjoy in the tearoom helps us to continue looking after the house, gardens and park at Hanbury Hall.