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A trip out to Bridge House Farm Tearoom

Nestled amidst the stunning Lancashire countryside and on the edge of the village of Wray lies a hidden gem that embodies the essence of British tradition and tranquility – the Bridge House Tea Farm Tearoom. 

The tearoom exudes a warm and inviting atmosphere, with its rustic wooden furnishings and soft, natural lighting. It’s a place where visitors can unwind, savoring real homemade cooking made from locally sourced ingredients.


What sets Bridge House Tea Farm Tearoom apart is its unique setting amidst the stunning natural beauty of Wray. Situated on the banks of the River Roeburn, during fair weather you are welcome to sit outside and enjoy the countryside from our outdoor seating. The Tearoom provides a tranquil retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life.



Visitors are encouraged to take a leisurely stroll along the riverbank or explore the scenic village itself.

Bridge House Tea Farm Tearoom also serves as a hub for the local community, hosting regular motor and bike events in their huge fields. (Find out more HERE)
There is a small garden centre on site offering both plants, flowers and gifts. A campsite is also situated in nearby fields giving visitors the opportunity to stay overnight or longer to explore the local area.
Wray Village is also the host of Wray Scarecrow Festival which will be held again this year Saturday 27th April – Monday 6th May.
Getting to Wray is an easy 15-20 minute drive from the centre of Lancaster. There is also a direct bus from Lancaster Bus station that takes just over half an hour.


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