The shop is divided into two distinct areas; one for our younger visitors to enjoy dominated by a huge tree with leaves featuring fun facts about the House, Farm, wildlife and surrounding landscape. The second section designed and decorated to reflect the Tudor mansion includes ranges of homeware, kitchen, garden, books and food.
The contemporary kitchen range called 'Health and Plenty' is inspired by the distinctive inscription on the parapet of the House. The shop also features gift cards inspired by the stunning Temple Newsam wallpaper collection; these are just a couple of the ranges that offer something unique to our visitors.
For children we have included great outdoor games for the family, heritage toys, a farm inspired collection and a funky garden range designed to inspire and encourage children to enjoy the outdoors, learn and have fun.
The gift collections feature a luxurious home fragrance and home accessory range; including sensational Temple Newsam scented candles, stunning trinket trays, stylish photo frames. The Temple Newsam stationery has been inspired by the James Audubon birds pasted to the hand painted wallpaper in the Chinese Room of the House. In addition, the sumptuous Temple Newsam food range includes; jams, chutneys, biscuits, fudges and teas all with beautifully designed labels.
You can also shop online visit: www.LMGshoponline.com
Temple Newsam Tea Rooms are situated in the picturesque Stable Courtyard and are open every day in the summer, closing on Mondays in the winter. Serving a selection of sandwiches, snacks, light and hot meals, with children’s boxes available, there is seating for 80 people inside with additional tables outside in the courtyard. Treat yourself to a selection of traditional or more unusual teas and coffee to accompany your freshly baked scone or piece of cake.
Care is given to the café's carbon foot print, its food miles and fair-traded products. You can be assured that we source food in the café as locally as possible and you can even try the Estate’s own rare breed sausages and burgers.
On sunny days ‘Mrs Pawson’s’ shop is also open for ice cream, snacks and drinks, as well as a selection of produce and plants from the Estate and local artisans. And for that special treat every Sunday in summer, you can enjoy Lady Hertford's High Tea, a truly civilised experience. The Courtyard Tea Rooms can be contacted directly on (0113) 3367546