Winterbourne’s Terrace Tea Room is not to be missed and is open to visitors to the house and garden daily.
In line with the new Government restrictions the tea room is now operating a limited indoor table service as well as a takeaway option. Those wishing to use the takeaway option are welcome to use the seating on the terrace. We will also be operating the NHS Test and Trace system for all customers who are consuming food and drink on site.
As well as the tables and chairs on the terrace there are many lovely benches around the garden for you to enjoy your tea and coffee from.
“The Bakewell tart was the best I ever had.”
As the tea room is designed to serve visitors to the house and garden, tables are first come first served. If you’re in a larger group do give us a call before planning a visit to make sure we don’t already have some large groups visiting the site that day. We also suggest that if you have a particular diet or an allergy, that you give us a call the day before visiting so that we can try our best to cater for your needs.
The tea room is located centrally on the site and so admission must be paid in the gift shop to permit entry; please view our admission prices here.
With a collection of greetings cards so enticing that some visitors travel for miles to buy them, you’re sure to find a memento of your visit or a gift for a friend before you depart. Choose from artwork from our printing press, locally-made soaps and Winterbourne-harvested honey, or perhaps a pewter ornament hand-cast in a Birmingham workshop since 1779. There are also plenty of pocket money toys, perfect to keep kids amused on the journey home. Outside, our propagated plants also draw the crowds, and we offer 10% off plant sales to our members. Please note: access to plant sales requires an admission ticket.