Eating at Tredegar House

A display of cakes and bakes

Our seasonal and locally sourced menus are prepared daily and with all profits going back into the conservation of Tredegar House you can enjoy those tasty treats guilt free.

The Brewhouse Tea-room

At the heart of the home farm this building once housed the Morgan family’s horses, before it became their very own brewery and now our tea-room.

Serving up a range of hot and cold dishes, cakes, bakes and icy treats, the Brewhouse is the first port of call for those looking to relax and refuel. With designated dog-friendly tables, family-friendly dining areas and free Wi-Fi you can expect a hubbub of activity in this lively and welcoming tea-room.

Our seasonal highlights

Our menu rotates weekly and you’ll find some delicious hot food on offer this winter. Our rarebit panini is a popular lunchtime choice, as well as our seasonal soup with a freshly baked cheddar scone. Our apple and cinnamon bakestones are made from apples grown in Tredegar’s very own orchard and add a delicious new twist to a traditional favourite.

Tuck into some comforting mac 'n' cheese from the tea-room
Macaroni cheese
Tuck into some comforting mac 'n' cheese from the tea-room

Nine Old Pence

Nine Old Pence gets its unusual name after starting wage of the blacksmith’s who used to work in the building.

This seasonal outlet opens at peak times in the year offering refreshing hot and cold drinks as well as seasonal treats and bakes

The Park Kiosk

Adjacent to the children’s play area in the parkland, our Kiosk opens up during the busier summer months to bring the ice-cream to you.

Stretch out on the grass with an iced latte and tasty treat while the kids get stuck into one of our explorer backpacks available for hire.