The courtyard is the perfect place to take a break and recharge, at any time of the year. Sit inside or enjoy the sunshine, with sweet treats or savoury lunches on offer, the choice is yours.
Adjacent to the house, in what was the courtyard stable block, this pretty building dates back to the early 1820s and was added by John Greame III.
The cafe serves a wide range of hot and cold refreshments with freshly ground coffee, a selection of sandwiches, soup, cakes and homemade scones and flapjacks, together with seasonal specials!
There are colouring sheets and a selection of children's food available in the Clock Tower Cafe.
Dog walkers and their dogs are welcome at the Clock Tower Cafe in a designated seating area.
Our gift shop is located in the courtyard and sells a wide range of items including locally-sourced produce, mugs, soft toys and other pocket-money priced items, all of which will help you remember your visit to Sewerby Hall and Gardens once you have left.
As an alternative to the Clock Tower Cafe, you can buy hot and cold drinks, ice-cream and light snacks, with outdoor seating in the courtyard.
Our ice cream parlour is opened on busy days. Visitors can purchase ice creams, hot drinks and slushies.
Why not try one of our fantastic vintage afternoon teas?