Eating at Moseley Old Hall
Whether you are looking for somewhere to sit down for refreshments, or grab something on the go whilst exploring our gardens and woodland we have something for you.
The Orchard Tearoom
Situated in the old garden barn, the tea room at Moseley is a quaint and cosy place to sit back, relax and unwind. You will find our main seating area upstairs with additional seating downstairs and in our beautiful orchard.
Open from 10am until 5pm during the main season, the tea room serves barista style coffees alongside a wide selection of teas. Our light lunches are served from 12 noon, with delicious bakes and sweet treats available all day.
By purchasing from our tea room you are helping look after our special place, for ever for everyone.
Stopping by for lunch with us?
We aim to offer our visitors something different to try every time they visit us, so we vary what we have available to eat each day by using what is in season and fresh produce we have available from our garden.
Why not try our warming soup or other seasonal light lunch items, or maybe a sandwich takes your fancy?
Go on, you deserve a treat!
Our bakes and scones are all lovingly prepared and baked by us in our kitchen; come and visit us to see what we can tempt you with. Depending on the day, there may be a loaf cake, brownie or cookies to catch your eye. Our visitors always comment on how delicious our scones are; why not really indulge yourself with a prosecco cream tea in the orchard?
Fancy a soft scoop ice cream?
The Cart Shed has a whole range of delicious farm made ice cream flavours available for you to try. Have a couple of scoops and try a few different flavours. Why not add a flake and sauce while you are at it? We also offer take out coffee and teas, cold drinks and a selection of food, perfect if you are wanting a picnic in our barnyard or woods.
As we prepare everything fresh we have great control over what goes into our recipes so ask our counter team what is suitable for you on the day.
We try our best to source all products responsibly, supporting National Trust tenant farmers where ever possible.