Tea-rooms and cafés in Cambridgeshire

Whether you’re wanting a cup of tea or coffee, perhaps even treat yourself to a slice of cake, or fancy a meal made from fresh, local ingredients; you’ll find our cafés and tea-rooms in Cambridgeshire great places to indulge.

Couple relaxing in the Redwoods Restaurant

A great place to meet friends at Anglesey Abbey 

Enjoy a freshly cooked meal or catch-up with family and friends over a coffee and delicious slice of homemade cake in Redwoods Restaurant, which takes its name from the beautiful Redwood trees it overlooks.

Houghton Mill in summer

Fresh from the mill at Houghton 

Treat yourself at Houghton Mill with a delicious cream tea and slice of cake in our riverside tea-room overlooking the mill.

Cup of coffee and slice of cake

Delightful treats from the barn at Peckover 

Step inside the atmospheric 17th-century thatched Reed Barn at the bottom of the garden at Peckover, where you'll be able to enjoy delicious cakes, scones and pastries, as well as our extensive sandwich menu and specials board.

External view of Docky Hut cafe

The Docky Hut café’at Wicken Fen 

Docky is an East Anglian word for lunch. Up until the mid 20th century, agricultural workers in the fens had their pay docked if they took a lunch break! Don't worry, at Wicken Fen, lunch is worth making time for.

Old Rectory Restaurant at Wimpole

From farm to fork at Wimpole 

The Old Rectory Restaurant with its terrace is a great place to stop for lunch or drop in for a cup of tea and cake. The Farm Café serves a great menu for families, with produce from the farm and our Stable Kitchen is perfect for those wanting something to grab and go.

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