Strelley Hall | Main Street | Strelley | Nottingham|
T: 0115 906 1200
Delicious food in a beautiful setting
The Mulberry Tree Café is situated in the Stables block at Strelley Hall. It is open 7 days a week and serves delicious homemade lunches, breakfasts and cakes with its own blend of coffee beans and fine flavoured loose leaf teas.
The tasty homemade quiches are well-renowned! The Café also has a sunny walled garden with plenty of outdoor seating, umbrellas and gazebos available.
There is an on-site bakery which supplies the café with its excellent cakes.
The Cafe also has it's own website with details of events, opening times etc., please visit www.mulberrytreestrelley.co.uk.
Afternoon Teas are now served in the Panelled Room at Strelley Hall on selected Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, please call reception on 0115 906 1200 during the working week to book; or fill in the form on our Afternoon Teas page.
The Café operates counter-service ordering; bookings are only taken for parties of 6 or over. We also offer takeaways.
Opening times are 9.30am until 4pm 7 days a week.
To book a table (for parties of 6 or more) call 0115 906 1305 or visit www.mulberrytreestrelley.co.uk/bookings.
“This is a fabulous Café, the food is excellent,
all homemade and delicious!”
Liz B(Google review)
The Mulberry Tree team can provide catering for any functions held at Strelley Hall: weddings, parties, funerals, business meetings and conferences. We offer a wide range of buffet menus to suit each occasion.
Strelley Hall and the Mulberry Tree Cafe have a licence to serve alcoholic drinks, and for larger functions we are able to run a full bar.
“Everyone has complimented the food...
I would not hesitate to recommend you to friends”
Meg (via email)
Alongside the Mulberry Tree Cafe in the Stables Courtyard there are some fabulous little shops and an art gallery. Created by Hand stocks gorgeous locally-handmade crafts, Milly Melts next door has amazing fragranced wax melts and much more besides, Nottingham Teddy Repairs can do a fantastic job to restore much-loved old teddies and also sell a wide selection of old-fashioned sweets; Palmer & Wood (the newest addition to the Courtyard) sells classy and stylish homewares alongside plenty of seasonal plants and flowers. Upstairs the Hayloft Gallery has lots of art and photographs to browse, plus can sort all your picture framing needs.