Top tea-rooms in the Midlands

Whether you're looking for a hearty lunch or just somewhere to refuel with a cuppa and a slice of cake, 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. Is there anything quite like a cream tea to top off an adventure? The debate remains, cream or jam first? (please check for individual opening times)

A seasonal one pot dish offered at National Trust properties

Relax, refresh and refuel at Attingham Park 

Our Carriage House Café is open daily, serving a range of hot and cold drinks, light lunches, sandwiches, cakes and bakes, and savoury snacks. There is indoor and outdoor seating available.

A pot of tea in the stables cafe at Belton House, Lincolnshire.

Eating at Belton 

With plenty of places to eat at Belton, discover the perfect spot for you.

A serving of tea in the tearoom

Canons Ashby's tea-room 

Enjoy a light lunch, cake and cup of tea, or a take away treat as you wander the gardens. We are serving hot and cold meals and drinks, sandwiches and light snacks. With the warmer weather here, enjoy our outdoor seating area with views of the church.

A chocolate cake close up with a slice about to taken

Servant’s Hall tea-room, Berrington Hall 

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

Calke abbey cream scone

Calke Abbey's places to eat 

There are several places to stop off for refreshments at Calke Abbey, including a restaurant, dog-friendly café and pop-up kiosks at peak times.

Boy eating a jacket potato outside

The Pavilion Café at Upton 

Our Pavilion Café serves seasonal light bites, and a range of delicious hot and cold drinks to take away. Please check the main opening times for further information.

A display of different glass drinks bottles and crisps available from the tearoom at Moseley Old Hall

Orchard tea-room, Moseley Old Hall 

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

Kedleston restaurant

Kedleston's Great Kitchen Restaurant 

Open daily, the Great Kitchen restaurant serves up hot and cold lunches and snacks, an ideal stop off before or after your walks in the parkland or visit inside the hall.

A plate balanced on an old stove top, with a bowl of cauliflower soup and crusty bread.

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.

a cream tea with strawberry jam

Tea-rooms at Shugborough Estate 

Round off your visit with a bite to eat at Park Farm Café or the Mansion Tearoom.

Enjoying a scone

Old Oak Cafe, Greyfriars 

The Old Oak Café is open Tue-Sat, 10.00am-4pm, serving light meals and drinks, sandwiches and snacks. We continue to maintain high standards of cleanliness and till and collection points will be screened. Thank you for making this a safe experience for everyone.

Woman holding takeaway hot drink

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.

Hanbury blackcurrant scones

Stables Cafe, 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.

A steaming bowl of warming soup

Kitty Fisher tea-room, Croome 

Our tea-room in the basement is a perfect spot to have a break during your visit to the house.

Kedleston restaurant

Kedleston's Great Kitchen Restaurant 

Open daily, the Great Kitchen restaurant serves up hot and cold lunches and snacks, an ideal stop off before or after your walks in the parkland or visit inside the hall.