Eating at Ilam Park

Coffee and cake after a good walk

Take a break at the Manifold Tea-room at Ilam Park and enjoy lunch or a cream tea with views of Thorpe Cloud and the Italian Gardens. There are options to take away if you fancy a family picnic down by the river.

Eat at Ilam Park

Sit inside or outside with a hot drink and homemade cake in the Manifold Tea-room after your walk, or join us for lunch. Look out for seasonal recipes and daily specials. The tea-room garden offers views towards Thorpe Cloud and Ilam church, and if it is chilly you can borrow one of our wool rugs.
There are picnic boxes available for children and vegetarian options, if you have any dietery requirements just ask a member of the team for advice.

We're open daily throughout the year. Dogs are welcome in the tea-room garden but not inside the tea-room itself. There are cosy wool blankets to borrow if you choose to sit outdoors too.
Please note; there are steps leading up into the tea-room making it unsuitable for wheelchair users. There are tables and chairs available in the visitor centre and stableyard if you cannot access the tea-room.
 
Stableyard Grab and Go
There is a new catering outlet in the stableyard at Ilam Park. Inside the visitor centre, you'll find a selection of hots and cold drinks, sandwiches and hot sausage rolls available to buy during school holidays. This area is accessible for wheelchairs and features indoor seating and tables. Dogs on leads are also welcome inside.

Wetton Mill Tea-room
Run by one of our tenants, the tea-rooms at Wetton Mill in the picturesque Manifold Valley are right next to our two holiday cottages. Call them directly on 01298 84838 for details and opening times. A perfect stop if you are cycling or walking along the Manifold Valley.
 
 

Have one on us

Ask our staff for a hot drinks loyalty card and collect stamps at all our cafés and tea-rooms when you buy a cup of coffee or tea.
 
Collect nine stamps and get your tenth cuppa on the house. You can also visit Penny Pot in Edale where we hold our popular Tales & Tunes event nights throughout the year and the Longshaw café who use produce grown in their kitchen garden.