Time for Tea!
Light lunches (e.g. sandwiches, ploughmans, Huntsman’s pie, quiche), tea, coffee and delicious home-made scones and cakes are served in our Grade I listed 16th century Tithe Barn. On fine days, refreshments can be taken in the garden.
The ‘Tea Room’ in the Tithe Barn has now closed for 2019 but will be open, as usual, Tuesday to Friday from Tuesday 5th May 2020 to Wednesday 30th September 2020. There is also a small shop, selling greetings cards, interesting gifts and vintage collectables.
INFORMATION FOR GROUPS: We can provide light lunches and cream teas on request for groups but advance booking is essential. We are sorry but we are not able to provide catering for groups visiting on Mondays (when the garden is not open to the public).
Comments from our Visitors Book and Trip Advisor …
“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
Bourton House Garden Tea Room is run by Carolyn Coleman, Country House Cooking.
Contact: Carolyn Coleman E: country-house-cooking