THE CONSERVATORY TEA HOUSE
Originally built in 1786 by local mason William Eborall, today The Conservatory is the perfect place to indulge in an Afternoon Tea, all whilst enjoying the stunning surroundings of the Peacock Garden and the Pageant Field.
With three tiers of classic afternoon tea delicacies, it makes for a sumptuous afternoon. Choose from 10 different blends of loose leaf tea, or upgrade to add a glass of Prosecco to make it extra special.
With it's original features preserved and proudly displaying a replica of the Warwick Vase, The Conservatory Tea House is a peaceful spot, tucked-away within the castle grounds.
Gaze out upon the groomed gardens, complete with topiary, flourishing florals, a grand fountain, and its feathered residents. Below, admire breathtaking rolling views down to the River Avon, with sweeping scenery designed by none other than Lancelot "Capability" Brown.
The Conservatory Tea House, grounds and gardens are only accessible with a castle entry ticket (for each person in your party) and your Afternoon Tea must be pre-booked before your visit.
You will require an entry ticket to the castle to enjoy this experience.
As an Annual Passholder, take advantage of a special discount on an Afternoon Tea at Warwick Castle. We encourage booking early to avoid disappointment.
The tea house is accessible via a ramp to wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. There is inside and outside seating available.
Light music is played at all times.
A hearing loop system is in operation.