Croome National Trust Cafe

Croome National Trust Cafe
Cafe and coffee shop in Worcester
Croome Court, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR8 9AZ
Opening hours: 10:00 - 16:00 (Mon - Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

A good cappuccino


The flapjack was the perfect autumnal pick-me-up, alongside a great cappuccino!


You'll find all your cafe favourites here; jacket potatoes, varying soups, sandwiches, toasties, savoury pastries, cakes & traybakes


Americano (£2.85), cappuccino (£3.15), tea (£2.00), cakes (from £3.25), baked potatoes (from £3.50), potato wedges (£2.25), macaroni cheese (£5.55), soup of the day (£6.25), sausage roll (£3.95), Cornish pasty (£5.25), scones (£2.25), shortbread (£2.15), flapjack (£2.75)


You'll find dedicated bike racking directly outside in-front of the entrance


Here's ideal for any sized group, boasting a vast number of tables within the undercover outdoor seating area, alongside plenty of seats inside the former WW2 building too


We're just 9 miles south of Worcester via the quiet roads around Wadborough and Pirton and just to the east of the Georgian riverside market town of Pershore, again accessed by the national cycleway passing through Besford Bridge. Once refuelled why not head onto the magnificent Malvern Hills or towards the Vale of Evesham and the Cotswold escarpment?

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Set within one of England’s grandest landscapes, ‘Capability’ Brown’s masterful house & gardens offer owe-inspiring views across to the Malvern Hill’s where it was also home was fascinating stories to a secret airbase during WW2. Croome’s house & gardens are now in the loving hands of the National Trust and is a popular local tourist attraction open for all to explore it’s parkland, RAF base, house and walled garden.

Within the visitor car park towards the entrance you’ll find a popular NT run cafe serving up a fresh selection of sandwiches & toasties, alongside baked potatoes, potato wedges, macaroni cheese, soups (spiced carrot & orange or mixed bean chilli, both vegan friendly), sausage rolls and Cornish pasties.

For those with a sweet tooth there’s your usual NT selection staple of cakes where on our latest autumnal visit these included; lemon drizzle, orange & poppyseed, coffee & walnut and Victoria sponge. Tray-bakes and smaller bites ranged from a blueberry & lemon blondie (vegan) to millionaire shortbread, flapjack, shortbread, sweet scones and a cherry & almond frangipane. During the summer months you’ll find a superb ice-cream hut serving locally sourced ice cream and coffee. Did we mention the famous NT cream tea too?

Perfect for any sized cycling group you’ll find a huge number of tables in their undercover outdoor seating area, alongside plenty of seats inside the former WW2 building too. There’s also dedicated bike racking directly outside in-front of the entrance.

Last visited in June 2024

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