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The National Trust tea-room is open daily throughout the year serving homemade cakes, hot and cold lunches, drinks and ice creams. There is outdoor seating offering far reaching views towards Dovedale or you can warm up inside the tea-room. Money...more
Ilam Park, Ilam, Peak District National Park, England
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Approx £10 for a pot of tea, cold drink and a slice of cake (pineapple and coconut a little dry but nice flavour) service a bit slow but assume as NT it’s run by volunteers maybe. Lovely indoor and lots of outdoor sitting. Toilets are...More
NationalTrustPeak, Facilities Co-ordinator at Ilam Park Tea Room, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you very much for your review and we are sorry you found the service a bit slow, the tea room has been exceptionally busy this season and we hope that this will not put you off visiting again.
If you've been to any National Trust cafe, you know that you can expect simple food done well. The thing that sets this place apart is the setting - it's set on top of a hill overlooking the house and estate, which gives a great...More
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NationalTrustPeak, Business Support Coordinator at Ilam Park Tea Room, responded to this reviewResponded 27 July 2018
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review of Ilam Park. We may be biased, but we think that the view is one of the best around, so we're glad that you enjoyed it too.
As you have pointed out, our tea-room can...More
The usual National trust offerings, we chose scones with our pot of tea, and they were. Dry fresh, and tasty.
NationalTrustPeak, Facilities Co-ordinator at Ilam Park Tea Room, responded to this reviewResponded 10 July 2018
Thank you very much for taking the time to leave a review for our Manifold Tearoom and enjoyed the scones. The proceeds from our Tearoom go towards the upkeep of the park and to our conservation work so your support is greatly appreciated.
A lovely tearoom with a wonderful view, we were lucky to visit on a sunny day and sat outside in the gardens, there was also inside seating as well.
We went for a coffee and cake on arrival, the scones with jam and clotted cream...More
NationalTrustPeak, Business Support Coordinator at Ilam Park Tea Room, responded to this reviewResponded 2 July 2018
Thank you for your comments about our tea room. It's great to hear that you enjoyed our food and of course, the fabulous view from the tea room garden - we may be biased, but we really think it's one of the best around.
We often stop here as part of a walk in the local area. The coffee shop has an outside area and it is possible to sup tea and look over the gardens. Usual National Trust standard of tea and cake - and friendly service.More
NationalTrustPeak, facilities co-ordinator at Ilam Park Tea Room, responded to this reviewResponded 12 June 2018
Thank you very much for your feedback for the Manifold Tea Room, we are delighted that you are a regular visitor, The money made from our tea room helps us to look after the beautiful gardens and do important conservation work in the Peak District,...More
Visited this NationalTrust tea room for lunch one day and tea and cake the next day. Sat inside for lunch because of torrential rain and then outside the next afternoon after a full days walk. The Derbyshire Tea Loaf was delicious
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NationalTrustPeak, Business Support Coordinator at Ilam Park Tea Room, responded to this reviewResponded 14 May 2018
It sounds like you made the most of your visit to Ilam Park despite the rain. We hope that you'll visit again soon to explore more of the area's adventures and of course, to sample some more cake.
A lovely place set in lovely grounds this village is famous in Derbyshire for this was hit by the plague which almost killed the village off the tea rooms are lovely to visit through the church grounds a lovely culpa and snack after a lovely...More
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NationalTrustPeak, Business Support Coordinator at Ilam Park Tea Room, responded to this reviewResponded 21 February 2018
Thank you for taking the time to leave your comments. While we'd love to take the credit for what sounds like a fabulous day out, we think you probably visited the plague village of Eyam rather than our village of Ilam (it's a common and...More
Response from NationalTrustPeak | Property representative |
Although dogs aren't permitted in the main 'Manifold Tea-room'. our ‘Grab and Go’ catering outlet is open during the peak season and has indoor seating that can be enjoyed with your dog. When closed during the low season... More
Although dogs aren't permitted in the main 'Manifold Tea-room'. our ‘Grab and Go’ catering outlet is open during the peak season and has indoor seating that can be enjoyed with your dog. When closed during the low season, you are still welcome to use this seating (located in the Visitor Centre) and our staff will bring your food to you once you have placed your order – just let them know where you're sitting.
Of course, when the weather's a bit nicer, the tea-room garden is the very best place to enjoy your refreshments so that you and your dog can take in the impressive view.