4 Spots for a Cup of Tea & Cake near Rugby

Enjoy the perfect cuppa in Rugby, the next time you are out; drop by some of our favourite places locally to grab a pot of tea and a slice of cake.

When you are out and about there are few activities as enjoyable as an afternoon tea.

Simple yet always a nice treat due to its relaxed and undemanding pace, as well a sweet treat or light lunch, its something that anyone can enjoy.

We have several great tea rooms and eateries in Rugby and surrounding areas that are perfect.

Manor Farm Catthorpe

Manor Farm Catthorpe is a pretty site with charming views,   A traditional family run mixed working farm with an award winning farm shop and café.

Suitable for tea and cake or a main meal and has a little shop selling their fresh or local produce, this local café has won awards for the best cream tea.

The staff are friendly and welcoming, and while no reservations are required it may be best to call during the busier parts of the year.  Within a half hour of the urban buzz at Coventry and Northampton or 10 mins from Rugby and open all year round.

Access is easy from the A5, M1 and M6 and yet the winding River Avon and views across the field ensure you know you’re in a country setting.

Dogs welcome.

The Yard Cafe Cotesbach

This little café really is a hidden gem. With a quirky tearoom and an open fire in the colder periods and a peaceful courtyard available in the summer months.
Ideal for tea and cake or a light lunch or breakfast served in its rustic wiggly roofed Victorian stable block.

The Yard Cafe is homely and community spirited.

Little Nibbles Cafe Rugby

Little Nibbles offers a fantastic range of fresh food.    From tasty breakfasts, homemade soups and sandwiches.

Plant Me Rugby

Plant Me is a cafe and houseplant shop selling fresh hand roasted coffee and home made cakes to the people of Rugby.

A little botanical haven to enjoy delicious coffee and cake whilst browsing the fabulous range of plants for sale.

The team are on hand with their expert knowledge providing any advice on how to take care of your plants.