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In the café at Charlecote Park, Warwickshire | © National Trust Images/Annapurna Mellor

Places to eat in Warwickshire

Whether you’re wanting a cup of tea or coffee, a slice of cake, or a hot meal made from fresh, local ingredients, you’ll find it at the cafés and tea-rooms in Warwickshire.

Cafés and tea-rooms in Warwickshire

Two visitors holding sitting at an outdoor table holding coffee mugs, surrounded by garden greenery

Eating and shopping at Charlecote Park 

Whether you’re looking for a quick snack with your dog or relaxing lunch with friends, we’ve got a choice of places to eat, drink, and shop at Charlecote.

Slice of cake

Eating and shopping at Baddesley Clinton 

Find the restaurant serving drinks, meals, light bites and cakes, as well as the shop and plant sales, in the barnyard. Pick up your next read from the second-hand bookshop.

Hands cupping a full bowl of squash soup

Eating and shopping at Coughton Court 

A trip to Coughton wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the café and shop. Indulge in a delicious cream tea, pick up a souvenir, or grab your next read from the second-hand bookshop.

Little girl eating a sandwich in the cafe

Eating and shopping at Upton 

Stop by the Pavilion Café on your visit to Upton House and grab a bite to eat, a hot or cold drink and a slice of cake. Buy a souvenir of your visit in the shop, or pop into the second-hand bookshop for a new read.

Volunteer catering assistant carries a tray of hot drinks outside the Kitchen Garden Cafe at Packwood House, Warwickshire

Eating and shopping at Packwood House 

The café with indoor and outdoor seating is open and serving a range of hot and cold food and drinks. Stop by the shop to pick up gifts, souvenirs and plants.

Display of daffodils with Catholic Church in background, Coughton Court, Warwickshire

Discover more in Warwickshire

Rolling countryside, riverside walks and landscapes developed by Capability Brown, plus houses filled with history and a 14th-century dovecote.