Welcome to Whitacre Hall Tea Rooms & Country Walks

Warwickshire Fairy Trail

New for Spring 2022 – Warwickshire Fairy Trail

The Fairy Queen rules over this land, she keeps it safe for all. But now she’s lost her dearest friend, Pickle the Pig. Can you help the Fairy Queen on her quest to find Pickle the Pig?  Explore the woodlands around you and you will see. But take care! Mischievous trolls lurk in the woods.

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About Us

Come and meet the Team at Whitacre Hall. Find out how we diversified the farm to encompass a tea room, country walks and even a fairy trail! What will come next?

Walks

We have two permissive walks for our tea room patrons to enjoy on our peaceful farm. Admission is £1.00 per adult and 50p per child over 5. All fees help us carry out our conservation work on the farm.

The ArtworkerThe Artworker
23:31 26 Jul 22
Given 4 stars as it was the first time visiting to have breakfast, but was disappointed with the breakfast as it was too much for so little and slightly cold food. Im putting it down to going here for the first time. I'll reserve my full thoughts if I ever go again and have a much better understanding of what it's really like.
Neil WilkinsonNeil Wilkinson
12:27 25 Jul 22
Lovely location but had a underwhelming visit.Many ( around 6 or more) dirty tables.Large pot of tea with a single tea bag was particularly miserly.
Michael PittsMichael Pitts
11:33 20 Jul 22
What a great find, thought Dog Lane finished at the pub but carry on for about another half mile to the entrance of Whitacre Hall Farm with tea room patio and dog walks.Really nice setting overlooking the fishing lake. On the day that we went there were complimentary treats for the dog and even cooked an extra sausage if you wanted it.Will certainly be adding the venue to our regular walk list.Dog ice cream available.
June ClarkeJune Clarke
19:06 06 Jul 22
Positive: Visited for the first time today (06/07/22) with my teenage daughter and her great aunt. My satnav hates me, and once tried to drown me in Poole Harbour so when we started going down single track lanes I wasn't entirely convinced it wasn't drunk. However we made it and found a charming lodge/cabin type building and decked area over looking a lake surrounded by beautiful mature trees.Great Aunt wasn't up to the walk so we had a traditional breakfast, a vegan breakfast, and a sausage batch (Coventrian for sausage bap). The staff were friendly, and efficient. Something you rarely see was there were plenty of staff, including one training, and everyone of them spoke or made us feel welcome in some way, made eye contact and seemed to be really happy to be there.We chatted whilst we waited for our food, and got to greet several beautiful and (well behaved) dogs. The food was excellent, the quality of the sausage, bacon and black pudding doesn't lie. We didn't feel rushed and staff stopped to speak and check on us and really made us feel welcome.I managed a latte, whilst the others had cake, and an ice cream. Both looked amazing and I they thoroughly approved.Negative: I could imagine if busy there might be queues for the loos, but isn't there always?The prices are not cheap greasy spoon take away, but you get the service and food quality you'd expect from a tea room experience.Very impressed, will be back.
Joan JonesJoan Jones
12:39 06 Jul 22
Lovely place to walk paths are clear easy to walk round.Dogs are allowed even in the cafe which offers some lovely snacks
Gillian ChristieGillian Christie
08:22 27 Jun 22
Very quaint and charming. Staff very friendly etc but woefully understaffed. Queue to order out of the door and very slow moving.
T ShT Sh
14:47 30 May 22
Lovely little tea room, lovely walk. Two rooms to sit in, one you can take your dog in. A wide selection of cakes and sandwiches/breakfasts/jacket potatoes
Tash RussellTash Russell
15:30 24 Apr 22
Lovely walks. Great ice cream. Easy parking too. Will certainly be back with the baby and dog!
JonPiZZJonPiZZ
10:50 22 Apr 22
Nice calm and exceptionally well presented tea rooms. Friendly and caring service from the staff. Delicious coffee and a fantastic choice of food and cakes available. Definitely worth a visit if you get a chance.
Chris ArnoldChris Arnold
15:13 16 Apr 22
We went on 15th april and had a lovely time. The Tea Room had a good selection of hot and cold meals and a large range of delicious cakes. You can either eat in or outside in the patio area. The queue for food and drinks moved along quite quickly. Dog drinking bowls of water outside. Several different walks you can choose fromA very enjoyable place to visit 👍
Mikaela OsborneMikaela Osborne
19:44 08 Apr 22
Lovely hidden yem, beautiful setting with plenty of seating indoor and outdoots. Dog friendly and a gorgeous woodland & farm walk with a small fee of £1 to use. Homemade cakes and the best hot chocolate all with very polite and friendly staff.
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06:57 07 Apr 22
Lovely place to walk the dog. Just £1 to help towards the upkeep. Not too busy. Choice of longer walk (stay on the paths) Lovely cafe, very scenic and great service
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