Eating and shopping at Oxburgh Estate
Whether you’re refuelling after a walk or catching up with friends over a light lunch, you’ll find plenty of tasty treats in one of our eateries. If you're looking for something special then head to our shop and explore the wide selection of books, gifts and souvenirs. Round off your visit with a trip to our second-hand bookshop.
Places to eat
Servants’ Hall tea-room
Situated in the old kitchen quarters, the newly refurbished Servant’s Hall tea-room offers a range of light lunches, sweet treats, savoury snacks, and hot and cold drinks. As well as the quintessential National Trust cream tea.
Our offerings include gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian choices.
Hot food is served between 11.30am and 2.30pm.
Indoor and outdoor seating is provided.
Located next to visitor reception, the Pantry Café is perfect if you’re looking to grab a drink on arrival or a treat after a fun filled day out.
Delicious cakes, sandwiches and pastries are also on the menu.
Please note, the Pantry Café is only open on our busier days. For opening hours, please check with the Welcome Team on the day of your visit.
Outdoor seating is provided.
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.
Places to shop
Whether you're treating yourself or looking for that perfect present, you'll find garden essentials, food and drink, and beautiful homeware in our shop. If you’re looking for a stylish throw to brighten up your home, a new scarf featuring unique prints or garden ornaments to show your outdoor space some love, then step inside and explore.
We are proud to support local makers and artisans, bringing you high quality products designed and made in Norfolk.
The second-hand bookshop is tucked away in Oxburgh’s Kitchen Garden.
It boasts a great selection of pre-loved books for you to browse and find your next book you can’t wait to curl up with.
Money raised from the bookshop has enabled the team to acquire items from Oxburgh’s original collection, as well as carrying out vital conservation work.
Like to donate?
We are delighted to have received numerous book donations in recent months. Unfortunately, we are unable to take any more on site for a short time except for children or cookbooks.
Gift vouchers are available to purchase from our shop and can be redeemed in our eateries, for admission or events.
Dogs are welcome
Dogs and their well-behaved owners are welcome in our eateries, giftshop and second-hand bookshop. We even have options for them too! What better way to finish your walkies than with a tub of Marshfield Farm Scoop’s ice cream for dogs.
Discover some of the best cafés, restaurants and tea-rooms located at National Trust places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Pick up a book from a second-hand bookshop to keep or share. Every purchase will raise funds for conservation projects at the places in our care.
Looking for the perfect gift or perhaps you're in need of some retail therapy? You can browse our full range via our online shop.
Oxburgh has been home to the Bedingfelds for more than 500 years, and they still live within private apartments at Oxburgh today. Discover what you might see on your visit.
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