The Glasshouse Café


Serving hot and cold drinks, delicious cakes and scones and also savoury items, the Glasshouse Café is a beautiful setting to relax after exploring the garden or one of the estate walks. Dogs are more than welcome in the café.

Winter Opening : 10am - 5pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until Sunday 18th December. Re-opening on Sunday 1st January for weekends (10am to 4pm) until the end of March.

We are able to cater for groups and coach parties, please contact us to discuss your requirements.  hello@miserden.org

Miserden Cafe Coffee

Pop Up Restaurant


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Our evening Pop Up Restaurants are back!  At the moment they are proving so popular, filling up just from our newsletters, so make sure to subscribe to our mailing list below to hear about the latest dates as soon as they are confirmed.

Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd December

Rory and Sarah Baxter of  The Camp Kitchen take over the Glasshouse Cafe for two wonderful evenings; a delicious feast in the beautiful setting.  £43 per person, 'bring your own booze'.

Saturday 17th December

Soushi is back bringing a delightful Japanese feast for their first pop up at Miserden for a few years. Click here to view the menu.  Supper Club with all diners arriving at 7:30pm.  £45 per person, 'bring your own booze'.

Currently taking reservations for December Pop Ups, menu and full details coming soon.  Please email hello@miserden.org to reserve your table as proving very popular already!

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The Glasshouses


The Glasshouse Café and The Peach House (our new workshop space) are elegant vineries dating back to the 1920s. The Foster and Pearson glasshouses are all different in their design and in amongst acres of glass, there are ornate wrought-iron supports and highly-engineered mechanisms to open the windows. They would have been used to supply flowers and fruit to the Miserden Estate and surrounding villages. The residents of The Park (the main house at Miserden) would have enjoyed a regular supply of grapes, nectarines and peaches.

They can be seen on the left of the photo here.


The Estate Office, Miserden,
Near Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 7JA

01285 821 303
hello@miserden.org