Opening on Wednesday 14th April 2021 after the pandemic closure, the Rowan Tree Tea Rooms are looking forward to welcoming you back. The Rowan Tree Tea Rooms have been open for 15 years and would like to thank their customers, old and new, for their support.
Until central government permits indoor dining from 17th May, the opening hours will be Wednesdays – Saturdays from 10:00am – 16:30 for teas, coffees and their famed home-made cakes for outdoor seating only.
The Town Quarry was extensively worked during the 19th Century to produce stone for the building of the Victorian town and quarrying ceased in the 1950s. Since the 1980s, the quarry has been managed as a nature reserve and has become a haven for wildlife, offering a beautiful place to sit and spy on their activities.
There is even a tame fox who enjoys being hand-fed and brushed, she has her own page on the quarry’s website. If she’s not about when you visit, don’t be disappointed. You are bound to spot a huge variety of birdlife, from ravens to other corvids, from robins to buzzards and bees. The quarry’s limestone vegetation attracts lots of butterflies and they start getting about just as the tea rooms re-open, so there’s certainly plenty to see whilst enjoying your tea and cake.
Besides the wildlife, there are wild plants and wild flowers and it’s one of the most interesting places in Weston-super-Mare to photograph. Make sure you have your camera ready at all times! You never know what you will spot.
Once the lockdown is eased, the Rowan Tree Tea Rooms will get back to its full menu, doing what it does best – serving delicious meals, from cheese scones to cream teas with sweet scones, sandwiches on proper bread, paninis, jacket potatoes with your choice of fillings and never-to-forget-home-made-cakes!
|2021 Reopening (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|
|Monday - Tuesday||Closed|
|Wednesday - Saturday||10:00||- 16:00|