The Tea Rooms at Upton Country Park
- Open daily for a delicious variety of handmade sandwiches, snacks & tempting cakes.
- Indoor & outdoor seating areas, a gift shop and community library to enjoy.
- Top (‘5’) food hygiene rating.
Open 7 days a week
25th March – 27th October 2018, from 9.30am to 5pm
28th October – 30th March 2019, from 9.30am to 4pm
Closed Christmas Day • Open Boxing Day 11am – 3pm
Whatever the weather, visit the Tea Rooms for a refreshing hot or cold drink, a light lunch or treat yourself to one of the tempting cakes on offer. Buy 7 and get one free – enjoy some extra pep with our coffee loyalty card scheme!
Take a table inside or venture out onto the Terrace to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the Walled Garden. We offer a delicious selection of handmade sandwiches & snacks, and kids ‘pick-and-mix’ lunch bags are available too. We have also added a small soft play area in a corner of the Tea Rooms to keep the under 3s entertained.
To complete a relaxing visit to the Tea Rooms we have a community library with a great selection of books to borrow and enjoy during your visit to the Country Park.
Afternoon Tea for Two
Treat yourselves to an Afternoon Tea for two, including Sandwiches, Cake & Scones with clotted cream & jam, and your choice of Tea or Coffee. All for £15.00.
Booking required – please call 01202 261343
Ice Cream Barn
22 delicious flavour of Marshfield Ice Cream available from our Ice Cream Barn in the Courtyard outside the Tea Rooms.
Open daily (weather permitting) throughout July & August, and at weekends during May, June and September.
Our new Caterpod has arrived!
Keep an eye open for it when you’re out and about in the Country Park, and grab yourself a warming drink or a tasty snack.
Voted runner up in the Favourite Family Place to Eat category of the Dorset Primary Times Reader Star Awards 2016.
Gifts & Souvenirs
Enjoy a spot of retail therapy at our gift stand, situated next to the counter in the Tea Rooms.
You might also like to take the opportunity to visit The Gallery Upstairs; there’s plenty of local professional and amateur art and design on show throughout the year.
Admission is free and there is full disabled access via the lift from the Tea Rooms.