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Eating and shopping at Dyrham Park

A visitor in the cafe at Dyrham Park, Gloucestershire
Treat yourself to a cuppa and a slice of cake | © National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra

After exploring the house and garden, refuel with a tasty treat from the tea-room, the new café in the parkland at Old Lodge or tea garden kiosk. Whether sweet or savoury, there's bound to be something to tempt you. Afterwards, take home a gift from the shop, where there's a wide range of products, from locally made chutneys to fun family books.

Eating and drinking at Dyrham Park

The tea-room

The tea-room serves a range of hot and cold drinks, light lunches, cakes and scones, snacks and ice creams. Food can be eaten in or taken away and there is indoor and outdoor seating available.

The tea garden kiosk

The tea garden kiosk is open during busy periods and is takeaway only.

At busy periods, an additional kiosk will be open in the courtyard for drinks and ice cream.

For those using the kiosks or takeaway from the tea-room, outdoor seating is available in the tea garden and the courtyard.

Old Lodge café

The newly opened café at Old Lodge is a great place for a pitstop as you explore the parkland. It's open daily serving drinks, light lunches, snacks and cakes with indoor and outdoor seating. There is also an ice cream kiosk at Old Lodge offering a variety of ice creams and sorbets in cones or tubs.

Allergen information

Most of the food and drink served is prepared on site in our kitchen, using a wide range of ingredients. As a result, we can’t guarantee that any of our food and drink products are completely allergen free.

If you have an allergy or intolerance and would like ingredient information about the food and drink served, please ask the staff, who will be happy to help.

Always check when you visit

Visited before? We sometimes change our recipes to improve quality and flavour, including the ingredients. When you visit, please speak to one of our team to check the current allergen information for your favourite dish.

Thank you

Every cuppa or tasty treat you buy helps us to continue looking after places for everyone to enjoy.

Paper flower and bunny Easter decorations
Celebrate Easter at home with paper decorations | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Shopping at Dyrham Park

Whether you're looking to buy a gift for someone, a memento of your visit or a treat for yourself, you'll find plenty of choice in the National Trust shop. You can also browse the second-hand bookshop which is now open daily.

Gifts and accessories

There's a large selection of books for all ages, including fiction for grown-ups and children; craft, cookery, nature and garden books; local maps and guides. You can also choose from a great range of greeting cards, seasonal stationery, fashion accessories and homeware, much of it designed especially for the National Trust.

For the garden, there's a large range of plants, some of which echo what's currently growing in the garden at Dyrham.

Something for the children

At the back of the shop is a large children's section with lots of items to accompany the '50 things' challenge and other affordable toys.

There's also a selection of educational and interactive children's books.

For food lovers

You can choose from a selection of National Trust favourites, including chutneys and curds, biscuits and shortbread, ales and fruity liqueurs, as well as mints, sweets and chocolate.

Second-hand bookshop

Dyrham Park's second-hand bookshop has now re-opened in a new location. The bookshop is now in the basement of the house, signposted from the main courtyard. There's a selection of books to suit all tastes as well as records, CDs and DVDs. The bookshop is open daily.

Thank you

It is through your purchases and support that we are able to continue to care for nature, beauty and history for everyone, for ever.

A group of Delftware urns at Dyrham Park, Bristol and Bath

Dyrham Park's collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Dyrham Park on the National Trust Collections website.

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