Throughout January, the Café is open Saturday & Sunday 9am – 4pm
Pop in for a tasty breakfast, enjoy a delicious lunch, treat yourself with an elegant afternoon tea or simply relax with a slice of cake and a coffee at the Bishop’s Table Café.
The Bishop’s Table Cafe is open to both visitors and non visitors and offers a variety of delicious meals including Gluten Free, Vegetarian and Vegan friendly items. A children’s menu is also available.
If you are visiting the café for a particular menu item, please call in advance to avoid disappointment.
Homemade Cakes and Drinks
A yummy selection of freshly baked cakes and refreshing teas, coffees, and other drinks are available from the counter all day.
Get together with friends and treat yourselves to a delicious Afternoon Tea of sandwiches, sultana scone with clotted cream & jam and a selection of mini cakes.
£11.95 per person. Must be booked at least 24 hours in advance, please call 01299 251901 to book.
There café includes an outdoor seating area and children can run around and enjoy playing in our scale model Gypsy Waggon. Dogs are welcome in the outside seating area.
The café also accepts bookings for groups and parties. Please contact The Bishop’s Table Café to find out more.
If you would like to contact the café, please call 01299 251901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hartlebury Castle Preservation Trust is a registered charity and relies on the generosity and support of it’s visitors and the hard work of it’s amazing team of volunteers.
Every donation matters and makes a positive impact on the work the Trust is able to do.
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To donate £1, text CASTLE to 70201
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We want Hartlebury Castle to grow into a major visitor attraction for Worcestershire. Our ambitious plans need your help and support. We need people with determination and commitment who will work together to help us deliver our vision.
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