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Winwick Hall Polo Pavilion Tea Room

Tea room & walks by the lakes

This delightful Tea Room is set in the grounds of Winwick Hall in the Estate Pavilion, with its beautiful walks by the lakes and along the Jurassic Way.

The perfect place to visit on a weekend to enjoy delicious home baked cakes, treats and refreshments, as well as Afternoon Teas.

Picnic rugs, sun hats and papers all part of the friendly, welcoming service. Join us and indulge in the relaxed atmosphere and stunning views, dog friendly.

The money raised from The Polo Pavilion Tea Room goes to three local charities:

The Bruce Green Foundation, a wonderful charity based at Winwick Hall which is dedicated to working to improve the lives of disadvantaged young people in Northamptonshire; Cynthia Spencer Hospice and Your Local Air Ambulance.

Contact & Opening Times

The Polo Pavilion, Winwick Hall, Winwick, NN6 7PD


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Contact Details:

Telephone: 07807203723 

Email: [email protected]

 

Opening Details:

Sunday: 12pm - 5pm

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