This tea room is at the heart of the Hirsel Estate and makes a welcome stop before or after walking around the woodland and parkland. Toilet facilities and a pottery are opposite the cafe. One issue is the fact that you have to pay £2.50 for parking the car in the car park whether or not you are planning to spend hours taking advantage of the Estate. There should be a system for letting people who only come to the cafe park for free. However, the cafe itself is clean and serves a range of light meals, home-baked scones and cakes etc. There are tables outside as well as indoors.
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