Tea Rooms

Mr Eddy's Tea Rooms

Located in the refurbished former Estate smithy, the Mr Eddy's Tea Rooms has a lovely cosy seated area at one end and tables for dining at the other as well as a lovely patio area with seating under parasols. 

Delicious seasonal dishes are served daily with a wide variety of cakes, sandwiches, hot and cold drinks. There is also lots of choice for children including hot and cold lunches and a number of high chairs are available.

Space may be pre-booked by coach parties or for private functions on a waitress-service arrangement (min number of persons x15). 

 

New Caterers for 2018: Searcys

With a longstanding heritage of innovation and quality, Searcys is a prominent hospitality and restaurant group, founded in 1847 by John Searcy, the pastry chef to the Duke of Northumberland. Celebrating 171 years of existence, Searcys continues to champion its British heritage and hospitality excellence. Synonymous with iconic restaurants, champagne bars and memorable events, Searcys manages over 25 venues all over the country, serving menus that reflect the seasons and focusing on the excellence of the homegrown, showcasing the best and most sustainable produce available in the British isles.
 
Searcys Restaurants: St Pancras Brasserie and Champagne Bar by Searcys, Searcys at the Gherkin, Osteria, Bonfire, The Roman Baths Kitchen, The Pump Room, The Orangery at Blenheim Palace.
 
Searcys venues: 30 Pavillion Road, Kenwood House, Vintners Hall, 30 Euston Square, Blenheim Palace, The Roman Baths.

 

Contact details:

Mr Eddy's Tea Rooms
Exbury Gardens
Estate Office
Exbury
Southampton SO45 1AZ

T: 023 8089 8737
 

‘A truly fantastic day out. My wife and I were bowled over by the amazing spring colours of rhododendrons and azaleas and there was literally colour everywhere. There are beautiful areas to walk through as well as places to sit. We took a picnic in the hope of being able to sit by one of the ponds and were not disappointed – the reflections were as spectacular as the real thing! The next thing we want to do is return in the autumn to see the colours change as it must be beautiful’

David Parker, Christchurch

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