Top tea-rooms in the Midlands

With summer in full swing exploring our special places can be thirsty work. Whether you're looking for a hearty lunch or just somewhere to refuel with a cold drink and an ice cream, we're sure you'll find a tea-room to suit you. From luxurious afternoon tea to a cuppa with a great view, you'll find it all in the Midlands.

A young couple drinking tea in the tea-room

Servant’s Hall tea-room, Berrington Hall 

An Edwardian tea-room offering everything from a light bite to a hearty lunch.

A warming bowl of autumnal soup

The Old Apple Store, Brockhampton 

The Old Apple Store tea-room is open daily for hot food, light meals and refreshments.

Tea and cake among the flowers

Canons Ashby tea room 

The Stables Tearoom is the perfect place to grab some homemade sweet and savoury treats for a light lunch or afternoon tea.

Garden Tea House at Clumber Park

Garden Tea House, Clumber Park 

Savour something special in the Garden Tea House at Clumber Park.

Calke abbey cream scone

Calke Abbey's places to eat 

Refresh and refuel during your visit and enjoy fresh, locally sourced food and drink.

Tea at Sudbury's Coach house tea rooms

Coach House tea-room at Sudbury Hall 

Stop by for a morning coffee, spot of lunch, or afternoon tea and a slice of cake.

Cream tea at Sizergh

Manifold tea-room, Ilam Park 

If there was ever a tea-room with a view then Manifold tea-room in the White Peak is it. Looking across to Thorpe Cloud, it is a spectacular setting in which to enjoy home-cooked food.

Moseley Old Hall Tea Room 2018

Orchard tea-room, Moseley Old Hall 

Relax in the surroundings of a traditional English orchard whilst munching on freshly baked signature scones.

People sitting outside the Manders’ tea-room in the old stables, Wightwick

Mander's tea-room, Wightwick Manor 

Manders tea-room is located in the refurbished Coach House with an external seating area to dine al fresco.

Enjoy afternoon tea in Chambers

Chambers tea-room, Hanbury Hall 

From lemons to leeks and rocket to raspberries, Hanbury Hall are proud to use their home-grown produce. Eggs from the Bantams make the Cake of the Month and the honey from the bees help make the deserts.

Exterior of the Orcheard tearoom, Dudmaston on a summer day

Orchard tea-room, Dudmaston 

The Orchard tea-room has lots of tasty treats for everyone. From hot lunches and sandwiches to cream teas. The kitchen garden supplies the tea-room with fresh fruit and vegetables throughout providing fantastic local daily specials.

The exterior of the café at Packwood House, Warwickshire

Garden Kitchen café, Packwood 

The café menu is inspired by Packwood’s kitchen garden, which is lovingly tended by kitchen gardener John and his team of volunteers.

Croome tea and cake

Kitty Fisher tea-room, Croome 

Kitty Fisher's coffee house is a perfect spot to have a break during your visit to the house.