Horsey Windpump Tea-room
Located next to the windpump, the tea-room has drinks and tasty treats for all our visitors. And while you refresh yourself you can sit, enjoy the majestic view of the Windpump in its Broadland setting and watch the world go by.
After scaling the heights of our iconic Windpump, or taking a bracing walk along Horsey beach to spot the seals, you can warm up or cool down with our selection of hot and cold drinks.
Winter opening times
February Half-Term: Saturday 15 February - Sunday 23 February 11am - 3.30pm
Horsey Windpump, Horsey, Nr Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. NR29 4EE
For more information, please call 01493 393904
Our friendly team can also tempt you with soup, homemade sandwiches and a variety of cakes, snacks and ice- cream. There is some indoor seating for the cooler days but also plenty of picnic benches for when the sun is shining.
Why not enjoy our new family picnic area in the orchard or the wildlife garden amongst the wild flowers and the bees and butterflies? Grab a blanket and immerse yourself in the landscape.
If you have an allergy or intolerance, please let us know
Food made here in our busy kitchen 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. We’d love to help you with your choice by telling you about our ingredients. Please speak to a member of our team when you visit. Visited before? Please speak to a member of our team as ingredients sometimes chage.
Dogs are welcome
We know dogs are part of the family too so dogs and well behaved owners are welcome inside the tea-room at Horsey Windpump.
Doing our bit for the environment
At the National Trust we use Vegware packaging made from plants for our disposables, which means that our takeaway cups and lids are fully compostable, low carbon and completely free from plastic. We also sell reusable bamboo cups, or you can bring your own and receive a 25p discount off your next hot drink with us.
Where our food comes from
Today the National Trust is the UK’s biggest farmer, looking after over 600,000 acres of farmland with our tenant farmers. Whether it’s for the Bensons juices in your glass or the butter you put on your scones, we require all our farmers to use nature friendly farming techniques. For things we can’t produce ourselves we apply these same regulations to all our suppliers too.
For queries about our ingredients, facilities or general enquiries please contact us