Eating Out in Corfe Castle
For such a small village there is a fantastic variety of places to have something to eat or drink. From traditional pubs and tea rooms to street side cafes and fine dining restaurants, there are lots of options to choose from.
Best of British country pubs
Experience the very best of historic English pubs in a picture-postcard location.
The Greyhound Inn is a contemporary country inn and possibly the most photographed pub in England as the Castle sits right behind the pub. You can sit in the beer garden at the back and see amazing views of the Castle.
At the nearby village of Church Knowle, The New Inn is acclaimed for its speciality fish cuisine – the dishes will have your mouth watering! If the weather is nice you can sit outside and enjoy views of rolling hills and green pastures.
Traditional Tea Rooms
The Blue Pool Tea House is set within acres of woodland, with the ever-changing Blue Pool at the centre. Choose to sit inside or out on the terrace with views to the Pool and enjoy morning coffee, a variety of light lunches or a Dorset cream tea. Entrance fee to the Blue Pool applies.
Enjoy al-fresco dining at the 17th century courtyard setting of Corfe Castle Model Village tearooms. Whether you opt for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea, you’re assured of home-made dishes made using local produce.
You’ll find Mortons Manor just a few minutes walk from the village square. Enjoy delicious food in informal surroundings. Whether you choose to sit inside or outside, their lunch, dinner and afternoon tea menus are packed with flavour. And if you're visiting in the colder months, you can warm yourself by their real log fire while enjoying a drink.
The Halfway Inn is a beautiful and historic pub and is perfect for drinks, lunch or dinner. Situated in the heart of the Isle of Purbeck at the gateway to Swanage and Studland beach, the Halfway is...