Café at Red House

Visitors enjoy refreshments in the Red House café

William Morris' kitchen and pantry have been returned to the original colour scheme as specified by Philip Webb in the plans and turned into a cosy café. Now everyone can experience a little bit of living at Red House while enjoying a light lunch, hot drinks and cake or a cream tea. There's free wi-fi available too.

Warming lunches

Our tasty and filling higgidy pies have been very popular with visitors. But our filled baked potatoes or chunky soup are just as delicious alternatives.

Tea and cake

We offer lots of varieties of cake and coffee to sample at any time of day as well as a good old cup of tea. Spoil yourself with a piece of pecan and blueberry cake for example or even a cream tea.

Furniture to match

We commissioned the arts and crafts style furniture in the style of William Morris especially for the café. The pretty blue and white crockery was added because Janey Morris loved that style too.