OPENING TIMES
Our shops, cafe, coffee shop & parkland are open daily & free to access

TEA ROOM

INFORMATION

Enjoy a special New Year treat with our award-winning Afternoon Tea in the Coach House Tea Room

Delight in a delicious selection of dainty finger sandwiches, Hambleton’s special breed pork sausage roll, freshly baked fruit scones with clotted cream and Kitchen Garden plum & apple jam as well as an array of famous Doddington sweet treats.

There’s something to suit the whole family with vegetarian, vegan and gluten / dairy free afternoon tea choices too.

For younger customers, the children’s afternoon tea will tempt with a choice of sandwiches, cupcakes, sweet treats, crudités and crisps.

PRICES

  • Afternoon Tea: £25 per person
  • Children’s Afternoon Tea: £12 per person
  • Please note that prices are subject to change due to supplier price increases

TEA ROOM

The Tea Room is situated in the Coach House next to the Farm Shop Car Park. 

  • 12pm, 12.30pm, 2.30pm & 3pm
  • Tables are booked for a maximum of 1.5 hours from the start of the sitting

You can make a booking using the button below. Click the ‘Book Now’ button to check availability and make a reservation.

When booking please notify us of any allergies or dietary requirements in the ‘Special Requests’ section. Please also include children in the numbers for your booking and please let us know if wheelchair access is needed or if children’s high chairs are required.

Please note that dogs are not permitted in the Winter Tea Room. Assistance dogs only.

For enquiries:

01522 812516 

leahbarr@doddingtonhall.com

THE VENUE

The Coach House is a stylishly refurbished Elizabethan building with its own secluded garden and delightful, light, airy and modern extension. Standing just metres from Doddington Hall, it is a flexible and tasteful space suitable for either an intimate afternoon tea for 2 or a larger celebration. Our own kitchens provide delicious, quality, award winning catering.

“There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea.”