Old Stables Tea Room

Broomhouse farmhouse, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 2LB


Thursday :   10am - 3pm

Friday:         10am - 3pm

Saturday:    10am - 3pm

Times May Vary


Breakfast served 10am to 11.30am

Light Lunches Served 12pm to 2pm

Last Coffee and Cake Orders 2.30pm


We do have time limits on tables of 1 hour 30minutes

Ways to contact us:



07594 044904

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Table Bookings

You are able to reserve tables for lunch, but we do keep a third of our tables for walk ins.

Due to the size of our Tea Room, we can only accommodate groups of up to 5 people.


On warm days, dogs are welcome on our outdoor seating area.

As much as we adore dogs, our tea room layout doesn't enable us to allow dogs inside safely without blocking walkways, especially whilst serving hot drinks and food.

Afternoon Tea

Check out our Afternoon Tea page for details on the menu, we do ask for 48hours notice before booking.

Our teas are £21.95 per person

Gift Vouchers

We're very sorry but we no longer offer gift vouchers.

A family-run tea room opened in 2013 with a cosy ambience in the quaint surroundings of a converted stable. The commitment to producing only the freshest food means this is not a fast-food venue but is well worth the wait. 

We serve a variety of homemade cakes, breakfast and light lunches.

Parking is very easy with our own car park, making it great to stop off without the worry of finding a space.

We are only a few minutes from the A1 meaning you can pull off with ease and back on from both directions.


Many Thanks
Stephen, Avril and Rosie


 We are very proud to have won some of these awards in the past 4 years.

The Blue Ribbon Good Food Award for Cafes 2022 - 2023 and the Gold Award Good Food Award for Cafes 2023 - 2024  

The Prestige Award for the North East of England Tea Room of the Year twice

Awarded the 'Best Traditional Family-run tea room in Northumberland 2019' by LUX LIFE MAGAZINE


We are situated on the old A1 roundabout on the B6341, up from Alnwick Castle and over the Lion Bridge.