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The Courtyard Tea Rooms
48A High Street
Poole BH15 1BT
Call: 01202 670358
Spring Opening Hours
Wednesday 10am -
Sunday 10am -
Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.
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From information gathered from Poole Museum we know that the building dates from the 16th, 18th & 20th centuries. The oldest part -
The remainder of the Tea Rooms appears to be of 18th century origin, and really forms part of No 50 High Street. The kitchen area and "Snug" is mainly 20th century; the back walls, which form part of the Courtyard wall, is probably originally 16th century but looks to have been at least partially rebuilt at a later date (in any case, it’s very old). The right-
In the early decades of the 20th Century the premises were used for a variety of purposes. Of particular interest is it’s use as a launderette in the 1960's and early 70's, for which our current "Snug" appears to have been built.
In the early 1970's the premises became the Flagstone Tea-
In the late 1970s or early 80s the antique shop closed and became the Guildhall Florists. The Tea Rooms continued to operate until 1999 when they closed and lay derelict until late in 2008 when, following the closure of the Guildhall Florists the spaces were re-
We prepare all food to order with fresh ingredients and we are proud of our unique personal service, attention to detail and the enthusiasm invested in every aspect of our hospitality and catering. Whatever the size of function and whoever we are serving, we always believe that the smallest details matter most -
If you are planning an event please feel free to talk to us about catering for you, or ask for details about hiring out any part of the Tea Rooms for business meetings or private functions such as christenings, intimate weddings or wakes.
The Courtyard Tea Rooms are open all year round.
“With huge thanks to Kris and Lee, who made The Courtyard the favourite go-
“The dream of running my own tea room/coffee shop is now reality. Please bear with us while new faces in the team find our feet, being guided by the old ones.
“We intend to make your visits as enjoyable as possible, so if you have any ideas or comments that may help us along our way feel free to send a message or pop in for a chat.”
27th September 2018
The Tea Rooms will be closed
until further notice
We apologise for any inconvenience & disappointment caused