Cafes & Tea Rooms In Wiltshire


Take in the gorgeous view as you sip on delicious tea outdoors in one of Wiltshire’s prime cafés and tearooms. There’s also the more intimate option of sipping your tea indoors while you nibble away at delicious treats that taste better than home. Wiltshire has plenty of cafés and tearooms to choose from – you’ll be sure to find what suits you.

Café and Tea Rooms – WiltshireA waiter dispensing coffee

-Tea Rooms With A Charm –

The Bridge Tea Rooms:

Recognized by the UK Tea Guild with a “Top Tea Place Award”. The Bridge Tea Rooms delivers the best in British Afternoon Teas and traditional light meals all day, with cheerful waiting staff dressed in Victorian Style outfits serving sandwiches and pastries, this place gives off a very positive atmosphere with gentle classical music setting a peaceful background.

Location: 24A Bridge Street, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, BA15 1BY, Call: 01 225 865537

Beaton’s Tea Rooms:

Situated in the charming village of Tisbury, this beautiful and elegant tearoom inspired by Cecil Beaton is a wonderful little place to relax and make your selection from over 25 loose leaf teas that have been brewed to perfection. Beaton’s also sells a variety of carefully selected books you can pick up and enjoy in the small terrace in the front of the property.

Location: The Square Tisbury, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 6JP. Call: 01747 871 819


-Cafés that offer fantastic views-

Marina Café:

Sip on your freshly brewed coffee while you enjoy a scintillating view of the Kenneth & Avon Canal and the Devizes Marina Village. With a fresh serving of Baguettes, Panini’s, Sandwiches and Salads, the Marina Café provides delicious tea to sip on while you enjoy the view or wait for friends. You are welcome to rent a canoe after tea and indulge in a little exploring.

Location: Horton Avenue, Devizes Marina Village, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 2RH. Call: 01380 725300A tray containing a coffee jug and a cup

The Refectory Restaurant:

Enjoy fresh food that’s prepared on site daily from a menu that includes delicious soups, salads and freshly baked pastries while gazing upwards at a spectacular and soaring view of the famous Salisbury Cathedral’s spire through the glass roof of the restaurant. Visit the Bell Tower Tea Rooms that are usually open during the summer months and enjoy blissful tasting cakes as you take in the best view of the Cathedral.

Location: Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2EJ. Call: 017 225 55175


SSW Top Tips:

The Refectory Restaurant at Salisbury’s Cathedral is open every day of the year from 9:30am to 5:30 pm so you won’t miss a thing if you miss a days visit. The Marina Café is closed on Mondays so try anyday from Tuesday to Sunday 9:00am to 4:30 pm for a relaxed meal and nice view. If you intend on visiting The Bridge Tea Rooms with a party of four or more people or planning on visiting during the weekend or holiday period, then please call the number provided to make a booking before your visit.A beautifully set table with food and coffee

Make sure you don’t leave without tasting some of the scrumptious treats and delicious tea Wiltshire’s cafés and tearooms have to offer.