Here at Wentworth Woodhouse, we are working hard to make our visitor experience accessible for all as we develop and regenerate the site.

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Tuesday to Sunday, 10.00am-4.30pm

We’re delighted to announce that bookings are now open for the highly-anticipated Camellia House and we can’t wait to welcome you to this newly restored dining destination!

This previously forgotten Grade II* listed glasshouse, formerly Lady Rockingham’s Tea Room, will finally be opening its doors for guests to enjoy a range of international small plates alongside delicious global teas from Tuesday 2nd April.

View the menu here.


  • Light Breakfast Menu: 10.00-11.30am
  • Lunch Menu: 11.15am-3.00pm
  • Children’s Menu: 11.15am-3.00pm
  • Sharing Platter: 3.30-4.30pm

Additional Information

  • If you would like to book a table for five or more people, please email: and a member of our team will get back to you.
  • Confirmed bookings for The Camellia House include Gardens admission. Walk-ups will be accepted, where possible, but will require a Gardens admission ticket to be purchased at Front of House.
  • We recommend arriving 30 minutes prior to your booking as there is a long walk from the Main Visitor Car Park to The Camellia House which is situated at the top end of the West Front Gardens.
  • High chairs are available for young children upon request.
  • Unfortunately, dogs aren’t permitted inside the Camellia House, however, assistance and support dogs are welcome.
  • Please note, The Camellia House is a temperature controlled environment to ensure the safety of our historic camellias. Therefore, please bring an extra layer on colder days and wear appropriate footwear for the walk to The Camellia House.


  • The Gardens and The Camellia House are both fully accessible to wheelchair users.
  • A Changing Places toilet facility is available next to The Camellia House.

With Thanks…

This project was made possible thanks to generous funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund (thanks to money raised by National Lottery players), Historic England and others.