Tea Room & Shop
A Wonderful Castle in the heart of Lincolnshire. Grimsthorpe is a historic house, park & garden, open in the summer for adults and children to enjoy the countryside, nature and history.
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Tea Room & Shop


Home made Soup served with bread

Jacket Potato (inc butter & salad garnish)
extra filling for jacket potato £0.80

Selection of freshly made sandwiches & Baguettes
Most sandwiches can also be toasted

Lunchtime specials
(See the daily blackboards)

Selection of homemade cakes
Smaller portions available on request

A range of hot and cold drinks is also available.
Ice cream can be purchased at the shop.

The Tea Room

The Georgian Coach House has been converted into a comfortable licensed tearoom. Lunches are served between 12 and 2.30pm.

Afternoon tea, with homemade cakes, is still an essential part of historic house visiting and the tearoom serves these until 5.00pm to allow visitors to indulge in this tradition. A range of hot and cold drinks are available from 11am to 5pm.

All items and offers are subject to availability.

The Shop

Situated close to the coach house, the shop has been converted from old stables. Inside you can browse the range of gifts that have been chosen to reflect the atmosphere and setting of the castle. Many of the items are unique to Grimsthorpe.

Honey harvested from the edge of the park and local chutneys add a very local flavour. We are delighted to be selling Lincolnshire produce made just down the road by ‘Saints and Sinners’ and ‘The Catering Crew’. There is also beer brewed at the 8-sailed Windmill in Heckington (image shows their “King John’s Jewels” ale). There is even some white and rose wine grown from vines at Fulbeck. We also stock (and cook with) their excellent Rapeseed Oil.

Oils and vinegars produced in Lincoln and local Cider are also additions to our range of gifts.

We’ve also found some new greetings cards.

The shop also stocks ice cream made in Lincolnshire and lollies.