Eating and shopping at Quebec House

The coach house is the location of our tea-room, shop and second hand books. Built in the eighteenth century, this two storey building was originally the coaching house that served Quebec House.

Stop for a coffee

Finish off a visit to Quebec House with a slice of cake and a drink in the Coach House. We offer a selection of freshly ground coffee, tea and cakes made especially for us in the kitchen at Chartwell.

Enjoy a cosy drink sitting in the surroundings of the quaint Quebec House shop or spread out in the summer months with our outdoor seating.

The Wolfe exhibition

The Coach House also houses our exhibition space so a quick visit as you arrive may be the perfect introduction to understand the life of General Wolfe before you visit the house.

The exhibition, Paths of Glory, brings to life the Quebec campaign and is an unmissable feature taking you on a journey through the life of James Wolfe. It goes on to explain the importance of the battle of Quebec and why the man is so upheld.

Three of our reusable cups, two in green and the centre in blue on a shelf in the shop

National Trust reusable cups

From 17 September, we'll be offering a 25p discount on all drinks from our café when you bring in your own reusable cup. Don't have one? Why not check out our range of styles in our shop when you visit!

Browse our books

Quebec House runs a second hand book store so it's the ideal place to pick up a bargain or to recycle any unwanted books.

We also sell plenty of National Trust items and General Wolfe memorabilia from cards to tea towels to jams and chutneys. What better way to save those memories of a great day out?