5 Places For A Cup of Tea in Horsham

Sit down, relax and enjoy a chat and a cuppa with a senior relative

Spending quality time with an elderly friend or loved one can be as simple as going out for a chat and reminiscing, while enjoying a cup of tea.

Horsham is a thriving town with an abundance of places to sit down with a cuppa. Whether planning a morning out specifically for tea and cake or a pit stop as part of a shopping trip, sitting down with a pot of tea is a simple way to relax and enjoy the company of those you are with.

The Little Teahouse

Treat your elderly relative or friend to a nice cup of tea and a freshly baked piece of cake at The Little Teahouse in the village of Southwater. A small independently owned tea room, that is enjoyed by clients, Care Professionals and office staff alike.

You will receive a warm welcome at The Little Teahouse, where you can relax and enjoy the company you are with. The delicious cakes are made locally and baked using locally sourced ingredients. A short scroll through the social media page of The Little Teahouse will get your taste buds flowing. You can find the tea room here at Lintot Square.

Just a short distance from The Little Teahouse is Southwater Country Park where you could extend your visit to Southwater with a gentle stroll around the lake.

The Café at No4 Market Square

In Market Square close to the old town hall is Café Number 4, a nice cosy café with beautiful décor, welcoming staff and a choice of indoor and outside seating. If your senior relative has had roots in Horsham for many years, they may remember Market Square with fond memories.

Café No4 has a wonderful selection of teas on offer, with the option of a traditional or savoury cream tea. The home-baked cakes are also worth a mention if you are looking to enjoy a sweet treat. For something a little more special, afternoon tea is also available if booked in advance.

Amici Coffee Co.

A newer addition to the many eateries on East Street in Horsham is Amici Coffee Co., which has a small selection of house plants for sale as you enter the café, giving it a botanical feel. Amici Coffee Co. is popular with Home Instead Horsham employees and offers a great selection of teas, as well as some pastries and other light bites to enjoy.

Comfortable seating and low lighting creates a more intimate feel. There is a good amount of indoor seating available and an accessible toilet facility within the Café, a facility which some smaller independent coffee shops in Horsham don’t have.

Muffin Break

Conveniently located in the centre of the Swan Walk shopping centre is Muffin Break, where you can have a pit stop from shopping to enjoy a pot of English breakfast tea or fruit tea and a variety of cakes and delicious looking muffins.

Light and airy, there is ample seating that is wheelchair accessible, and accessible toilets are just a stones throw away. This location is especially good on a rainy day, as you don’t need to venture out into the wet weather if you park in the Swan Walk car park.

Crates Local

Located in the Carfax of Horsham town centre, Crates are a local, independent, dog friendly coffee shop with a small amount of seating inside and outside. There is a lovely selection of locally produced teas to choose from and the kitchen use local produce to create the food menu. More information can be found here on their website.

There are a couple of deep steps to get into the café, so not wheelchair accessible, however in good weather there are a few tables outside for those who may find the steps a challenge. Crates Local is a great place for a cup of tea if you would like to support local producers and enjoy the local produce.

The beautiful historic market town of Horsham and surrounding villages are an ideal location for treating your senior relatives and friends.