Our Cafe is open from May until the end of September (10.30am-4pm) selling hot and cold drinks, light lunches and delicious cakes.
Tables and chairs will be provided in the Orchard and in the Tithe Barn
Following the Government announcement to relax Covid guidelines from the 19th July, we will be continuing with the following measures in the cafe:
We politely ask that you follow these measures to ensure the safety of our staff and our visitors, particularly those who are vulnerable or nervous at this time.
Please do not take food or drink into the Garden.
Bourton House Garden Tea Room is run by Carolyn Coleman, Country House Cooking.
Contact: Carolyn Coleman E: country-house-cooking
Comments from our Visitors Book and Trip Advisor …
“It would be remiss if I didn’t mention the fabulous food we experienced in your cafe” M Knowles, September 2020
“P.S. the coffee was excellent too!” D Hall, September 2020
“We rounded off our visit in the café. The staff (in these covid times) were all friendly and cheerful and at the same time efficient (keeping tables sanitised etc.). We felt very safe during our visit and at the same time relaxed and comfortable” M & S Graham, August 2020
“Beautiful and peaceful gardens – delicious cake and tea!” Mr & Mrs Holland, May 2019
“Very beautiful garden and great lunch!” Ms Hunt, June 2019
“Such a wonderful garden! We loved it! and also the cakes 🙂 ” Brigitte and Ralf, July 2019
“Gardens wonderful – so much colour so late in season – and food delicious” Philip & Sandra, August 2019
“Inspirational garden. Delicious chocolate cake!” Rob & Louise Neal, September 2019
“Cakes and cookies are all home-made and absolutely delightful’ Trip Advisor 2018
“Tea and cake was excellent, and some quirky gifts in the barn’ Trip Advisor 2018
“Good home-made food served by very pleasant staff’ Trip Advisor 2018
“A fantastic cafe … not to be missed by connoisseurs of cake’ Trip Advisor 2018
“Lovely staff and great cream tea’ Ross & Wyn Davies, New Zealand
“The Barn is amazing and the food very good’ Bronwyn & Arthur Phillips, West Midlands