What's cooking at Wightwick?
Situated in the old garage and stables, our tea-room reflects the working side of the Wightwick estate as well as Mander Brothers paint and varnish manufacturers.
Open from 10.00-5pm during the main season, the Manders' tea-room serves beautiful coffees and exquisite teas. Breakfast rolls are served until 12pm before our range of hot and cold lunches from 12-3pm, not forgetting our wonderful cakes and sweet treats, all prepared on site.
A taste of what might be on the menu
If you're looking for lunch then try warming up with a vegetable & coconut curry or one of our seasonal specials; for example our scrumptious sausage, bubble & squeak served with boozy onion gravy.
After something lighter? Try our Classic B.L.T or legendary Rarebit, all served with salad leaves and rustic coleslaw. We also have different soup everyday so it could be tasty Tuscan bean or fresh and light pea, mint and lettuce. Sitting in the sun? Why not tuck in to our popular and plentiful ploughman’s lunch.
Got a sweet tooth?
Our baker whips up some great cakes; moist and sweet carrot cake, gluten free lime and coconut, or maybe just the classic Victoria sandwich. And it wouldn't be the National Trust without scones (fruit or cheese) or scrummy shortbread and brownie.
Remember that by buying our products you’re helping look after this special place.
Our catering team proudly provide a bountiful afternoon tea from £14.95 per head including mini scones, finger sandwiches and bottomless hot drinks, so if you’d like to treat someone special please get in touch!
Please note the afternoon tea must be booked in advance, please call the tea room staff for further details. please be aware that in addition to the price non-members will need to pay the 'garden and gallery' admission price.
Many of our recipes are gluten, meat or dairy free. As we prepare everything fresh we have great control over what goes into our recipes so ask our counter team what is suitable for you on the day.
We try our best to source all products responsibly, supporting National Trust tenant farmers where ever possible.