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The Conservatory Tea House

The Conservatory Tree House

Please note the conservatory is now closed for the season until February 2018.

Head to our brand new Conservatory Tea House for some refreshments and a little tranquility.

Enjoy a selection of homemade sandwiches, toasted sandwiches, salads, homemade soup, high tea, cakes, and hot and cold drinks.

The beautifully proportioned Conservatory, which acts as a focal point in the landscape, was built in 1786 by a local mason, William Eborall. Originally, it was designed as a home for the Warwick Vase, a magnificent piece of ancient Roman pottery excavated near Tivoli in 1771. The original vase is now on display at the Burrell Collection in Glasgow.

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