Food & Drink

Afternoon Tea

There are a variety of venues in Worcestershire where you can sit down to a steaming pot of tea or enjoy a glass of champagne accompanied by finger sandwiches and a selection of mouth-watering cakes and scones.

Why not explore one of Worcestershire’s stately homes and discover yummy treats in once of their tea rooms overlooking acres of beautiful grounds. Or perhaps a luxury experience in the comfort of one of Worcestershire’s hotels, many of which are set in gorgeous locations and offer a first class experience.

For a more traditional version of afternoon tea, pay a visit to one of the tea rooms located in Worcestershire’s rural towns and villages. Here you can enjoy delicious homemade scones, luxury local jams and clotted cream in a cosy environment, perfect for celebrating an age gone by or relaxing after exploring our rolling Countryside.

G and Tea

Friar Street, Worcester

After a busy day exploring Worcester’s historic sites and independent shops why not pop into Independent Tea Room G and Tea who not only offer yummy cakes, afternoon teas and sandwiches – but are famed for their Teapot Gin Cocktails. What more could you want to top off an afternoon in our beautiful City.

Stanbrook Abbey

Callow End

Nestled between Worcester and Malvern is the small village of Callow End, which is home to the beautiful Stanbrook Abbey Hotel. Once the home to an order of Benedictine nuns, the beautiful Abbey and grounds become ‘Stanbrook Abbey’ in 2015. This luxury hotel is the perfect setting for treating yourself to a High End, High Tea – sip champagne, enjoy the setting and indulge in the very best cakes.

Hanbury Hall

Droitwich

One of Worcestershire’s many beautiful stately homes, this stunning National Trust property is the perfect place to relax in the Stable Café with a homemade cream tea while soaking up the grandeur. Perfect for couples, families and your four legged friends.

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  • Worcester

    A beautiful 30 acre garden for all tastes and ages offering one of the largest private collections of plants outside the major botanical gardens. Enjoy glorious gardens, a deer park and wonderful Tea Room serving lunches and afternoon teas.
  • Redditch

    Whether enjoying a romantic dinner for two in the Restaurant, a family gathering, lunch with a colleague or just relaxing on the terrace for an afternoon tea, we will ensure your dining experience is everything you expect it should be.
  • Redditch

    Oscars Restaurant and the Garden Bar boast some magnificent views overlooking the mature gardens and woodlands adding a relaxed atmosphere to your dining experience.
  • Droitwich

    National Trust parkland setting for William and Mary style country house with 18th Century gardens.
  • Bromsgrove

    Becketts have been farming in Wythall, south Birmingham, for 80 years. Our mission is to bring fresh food and farming closer to our customers. We now comprise of a Farm Shop, Family Restaurant, Conference Facility and Cookery School.
  • Kidderminster

    With facilities inside and out Hogarths Stone Manor can accommodate conferences and meetings from 2 to 150 people.
  • Ledbury

    Westons Cider is situated in the Herefordshire countryside on the A449 between Ledbury and Ross-on-Wye. Guided Mill Tours at 11.00am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm and 3.30pm daily. Cider Shop open daily. Free Parking, Free Play Park.
  • Kidderminster

    For the perfect day out for all the family, visit our inspirational themed gardens. See our water features, Beutiful Gardens, mysterious cave; labyrinths Play Area enjoy lunch in the Restaurant and browse our large Home ware and Gift shop.
  • Worcester

    Parties and groups are welcome, but prior booking is essential
  • Worcester

    An interactive exhibition combining history, science, art and technology to explore the medical stories of one of England’s oldest infirmaries. The British Medical Association was founded in the Board Room in 1832.
  • Worcester

    Brockhampton Estate is a traditionally farmed estate and medieval manor house.
  • Worcester

    Explore the lost history of a house and city when you visit this beautiful example of Tudor architecture and discover how it has adapted and changed over the centuries from a home for weavers to an ARP office, via tavern and coffee shop!
  • Bromyard

    Come along to Ralph Court Gardens and enjoy our 12 amazing gardens. Set in the grounds of a gothic rectory, you can be transported around the world from Italy to Africa. Enter into our fantasy world!
  • Worcester

    The Pump House Environment Centre is located in a refurbished waterworks in Barbourne, Worcester, close to the River Severn. Inside, visitors will find lots of information on environmental issues, and a warm welcome in the café and shop.
  • Bewdley

    Discover a Worcestershire wonderland of rare trees, walled gardens and child-friendly attractions. Easy to get around and with lovely tea rooms, a great day out for all the family.

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