The Malt House, Harvington Hall

The Malt House, Harvington Hall
Cafe and coffee shop in Kidderminster
Harvington Hall Lane, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 4LR
Opening hours: 10:00 - 16:00 (Wed - Sun), closed (Mon / Tue)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Freshly ground, bean-to-cup coffee, the cappuccino was excellent


The crispy bacon on sourdough is a firm favourite with the locals, as is their Victoria sponge cake


Superb selection of all-day breakfast and lunch bites, alongside tempting cakes, savoury sausage rolls and Danish pastries too


Americano (£3.00), cappuccino (£3.50), pot of tea (£3.00), toast (£3.00), teacake (£3.50), bacon sourdough roll (£6.50), avocado & halloumi sourdough roll (£8.50), avocado on toast (£7.50), toasties (from £7.50), soup (£7.50), sausage / veggie rolls (£4.50), cobs (ffrom £6.00), cakes (from £3.00), Danishes (from £3.00), coffee & cake (£6.50), cream tea (£6.50)


No nearby racking but there's plenty of space in the ground of Harvington Hall, directly outside the cafe entrance


There's a large number of tables up the narrow stairs, alongside more seating both downstairs and outside overlooking the scenic grounds


Harvington Hall is a moated, medieval manor house nearby to the village of Chaddesley Corbett and surrounded by quiet, scenic Worcestershire roads. Once refuelled why not head onto the village of Feckenham with it's popular community-run shop or onto the Georgian market town of Alcester?

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Set within the majestic grounds of the Elizabethan Harvington Hall complete with moat, is a popular cafe found in the timber clad, former malt house. Aside from artisan coffee is a range of sandwiches, light bites and homemade sweet treats to boot.

Savoury winter specials on our visit included a Moroccan spiced sweet potato & spinach roll or butternut squash soup, alongside freshly made cobs. Additionally on the menu was a crispy bacon or halloumi & avocado on sourdough roll, selection of toasties and sandwiches or that cyclist staple; toast or teacake.

Looking for something sweet? Cakes on display were a Victoria sponge, mini-egg brownie, pain au raisin or raspberry turnover Danish pastry. Coffee & cake is available for £6.50, alongside a cream tea priced similarly.

With a large seating area upstairs, alongside seating both downstairs and outside overlooking the grounds, it’s ideal for groups of all sizes.

Last visited in March 2024

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