An elegant affair with tea
At Paskeston Hall Country House, we aim to satisfy you with the highest quality chin and crockery. You will also be provided with your own bell to attract the attention of our servers.
Paskeston Hall Country House
We have our own private parking facilities but the less abled are welcome to park in front of the house to offer comfort and ease.
It's a meal, not just a slice of cake and a cup of tea!
We invite you to look at our menu on our website; and be assured and prepared that our afternoon tea is extensive and not just a slice of cake with a hot beverage!
The drawing room
You are welcome to select your seating, and in warmer weather, most opt to sit in the drawing room where the large traditional window allows the sent of heather and honey suckle to settle.
A side view
Traditionally this side of the house would have been used as a main entrance. Based at the top of steps, the horse and carriage would have originally stopped here before going on to rear of Paskeston Hall to put the horses in the stables. (Please note, you will not have to climb these steps to gain access!)
The grand hall
If you opt in for a tour and talk it will begin here with a full history of the house, farm house and grounds.
The Victorian orangery
This is a wonderful place to relax after your tea and shows Paskeston Hall's best garden features.
The music room
We serve afternoon tea in here when we take orders for large parties. You are of course entitled to request it when booking.
Choose from over 10,000 books after your meal and relax with your chosen literature.