5 Spots for a cup of tea in Nottingham

Scenic Locations to Enjoy Tea and Treats in Nottingham

Explore the delightful city of Nottingham while enjoying a relaxing cup of tea at one of these charming spots. From nature reserves to historic halls, these five unique venues offer a perfect combination of delicious refreshments and beautiful surroundings. Treat yourself to a well-deserved break and unwind at these lovely cafés, where you can indulge in scrumptious food, delightful tea, and picturesque views.

Reflections Cafe at Attenborough Nature Reserve:

Sir David Attenborough opened Attenborough Nature Reserve, in 1966 it is best known for its birds with over 160 species recorded and cited as being one of the best places in the UK to see kingfisher and home to rare wildlife including bitterns and otters. A lovely place to visit with beautiful walks to admire the scenery. Finish off at Reflections Café to have a good cuppa and something tasty to eat.

Ample parking with a nominal contribution to the Wildlife Trust – Wheelchair accessible to the café

Barton Lane, Attenborough, Nottingham, NG9 6DY – Tel: 0115 9721777

Mulberry Tree Café – Strelley:

Part of Strelley Hall is set in converted stables, surrounded by wonderful countryside. Strelley Hall is a stunning period building with a lot of history dating back to 1200 AD. The café offers a wide selection of food to suit all tastes, you can call to reserve a table. Whilst you are there call in and browse around The Mulberry Tree Garden Shop which has a selection of gifs and plants to purchase, or the Hand Craft Shop selling handmade items such as ceramics and jewellery, and Milly’s Melts where you can purchase scented candles and wax melts.

There are local walks available starting from the Mulberry Tree Café, you can purchase a booklet from the Café for more information on these. Ample free parking is available.

Main Street, Strelley Village, Nottingham, NG8 6PE – Tel: 0115 9061305

Copper Café – Mapperley:

Thisis set within the bustling shopping community making it a great place for a coffee, tea, and a treat or a glass of wine.  Their doors open early for their breakfast menu which includes, tea, freshly ground coffee, or juice. The venue serves a wide variety of food throughout the day such as light bites, sandwiches, main meals, afternoon teas, cream teas, and cakes. They have a south facing garden which is extremely popular and a pavement seating area at the front if you want to watch the world go by. Parking and public transport are nearby.

930 Woodborough Road, Nottingham, BG3 5QS – Tel: 0115 9609259

Gedling Country Park – Gedling:

Set within 580 acres of open space which used to be a coal mine. Stunning views of Nottinghamshire together with lots of wildlife for you to see.  There re are designated footpaths and a wonderful nature trail for you to follow and discover carvings of eight animals, a nature trail leaflet with crayons purchasable from the café, with many benches along the way for you to have a rest or just sit and enjoy the scenery. A wonderful place to walk dogs too. Parking is available with a suggested minimum donation of a £1 for the upkeep of the site.

Spring Lane, Nottingham, NG4 4PE – Tel: 0115 9013901

43 Nottingham Road, Nottingham, NG16 3AN – Tel: 01773 711333

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