We had the cream tea of the month, a little pricey but not as expensive as some places in the area. It was lovely and we were allowed to take our dog in with us instead of being forced to sit outside.
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Took some German friends to Corfe Castle one morning last week as they were staying with us on an exchange holiday. We were delighted to find this very welcoming tea room who went out of their to make delicious morning coffees for us. Two Americanos,...More
A very beautiful setting but definitely not putting much effort into catering. We had soup for lunch for £4.50. This consisted of a very small bowl of a reasonable home made vegetable soup, but with just one slice of standard processed bread. For a second...More
We came for a family lunch after a wonderful walk round the castle. We trust the National Trust cafes as the food is always great. Unfortunately our soup was cold and half the order missing. However, all was put right so swiftly & with such...More
Lovely atmosphere, very busy. Good service, so polite and friendly and excellent cream teas. Great place for families or couples.
We dropped in here for a quick cuppa before 'doing' the castle; we'd driven from Salisbury and were in need of tea. The chap behind the counter greeted us and gave the briefing, viz: Find a table, note the number, decide what you want then...More
We thought we would try this tea garden for a change (we always go elsewhere in Corfe) as we always use Kingston Lacy Tearooms and other NT tearooms in Wiltshire and Somerset/Devon. Maybe we should have ordered a cream tea, but just wanted tea and...More
A lovely lunch as always in a national trust tea room, we both had soup, staff were lovely and friendly, it was popular
Whenever in Corfe Castle we visit the National Trust Tea Rooms. The view of the Castle from the back garden is amazing and it's the perfect spot to indulge yourself on a cream tea with a twist. Every month they offer a different scone of...More
Yummy cream tea. My husband does not drink tea, and they were happy to substitute for a coffee (small surcharge) I also wanted a plain scone, instead of fruit and they were happy to oblige. We sat outside and had a lovely view of the...More