Very busy when we visited but staff were friendly and efficient. Food looked good and cakes were delicious!
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Just a morning coffee stop. We were a bit wary as the last time we were here we just managed to get in ahead of a cycling club outing! NT bean-to-cup coffee may be nice but fast it ain't! The queue stretched 1/2 way around...More
Thoroughly enjoyed our first visit we joined the tour of the grounds and believe me there was nothing that guide did not know, excellent. The house was full of interesting items with knowledgable volunteers on hand. On all levels, thankyou to the lady volunteer on...More
We called in before the 12 noon lunch menu became available. The staff were pleasant but the queuing / door arrangement was tight. All was ok for us but we decided to skip planned lunch as the place seemed stretched even before lunch.
Had the homemade carrot and corriander soup with gluten free bread roll, delicious and far better than I could have made. It is so nice to be able to go out for lunch and there be something I can eat, not that easy as a...More
In summer it's best to sit outside in the courtyard and enjoy the food prepared by the kitchen team who do a good job on this property. We also had cream tea and a gluten free chocolate cake (there could be more choice on gluten...More
Good quality National Trust food that is well worth the money, served quickly despite it being a busy day. Recommended.
Only had a snack of coffee and mouthwateringly delicate shortbread. Lovely courtyard setting, very tempting plants for sale all round as well!!!!
As always we had tea and cake at the National Trust cafe, a trip to one of their attractions wouldn't be complete if we didn't, and as usual it didn't disappoint !!! Flapjack was lovely as was the Victoria sponge. The outside eating area in...More
Cafe is great with tasty locally sourced food, english afternoon tea at its best! Can eat outside or in. Free parking. Dog friendly.