Find the White Swan Tea Room and Cafe at 9 White Swan Court, between Priory Street and Church Street in Monmouth. NP25 3NY.
The White Swan Tea Room and Cafe is a small local business and offers homemade food in a unique setting. Drop into the White Swan for freshly made food, delicious homemade cakes, and good tea and coffee. Enjoy traditional teacakes and crumpets, scones with jam and clotted cream, and our made-for-you Afternoon Teas. For a vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free or gluten-free afternoon tea then let us know when you make your booking. We need a minimum of 24 hours to create your tea.
Afternoon teas can be booked on 01600 719782 and can also be ordered for collection. We do take-outs too and in the summer months we also offer picnic bags to take out. We welcome dogs, walkers, ccylists and bikers. Families welcome too. We happy to refill water bottles whether you're a customer or not.
Our tables are laid with pretty vintage tablecloths and vintage china. The White Swan is decorated with a range of vintage, unusual, and eclectic items which makes us unique in Monmouth.
Let us create your celebration or wedding cake, edible wedding favours, or Christmas cakes. We also make delightful gingerbread houses that can be filled with sweets or gifts of your choice. And for that very special surprise, we can make cakes that allow you to hide a boxed engagement ring inside.
Why not book your Hen Party, Baby Shower or celebration tea with us? We also host children's birthday afternoon teas. Check out our gallery to see what we can do.
Find us in a Georgian courtyard at the top of the town. We're in the oldest part of the town which houses many independent and unique shops. Find the White Swan Tea Room between Priory Street and Church Street in White Swan Court on the site of an old Georgian coaching inn and hotel. In 1840 the building housed the troops sent to guard the Chartist Trials at Shire Hall.
If you are walking up the hill from the bottom of town, keep walking past Shire Hall until the road widens. You will see Church Street which is pedestrianised and is part of the Offas Dyke Trail. Alternatively we can be accessed through the archway opposite the entrance to Monmouth Museum in Priory Street
Nearest car park is in Glendower Street by the Blake Theatre just a few minutes easy stroll away. Other car parks are at the bottom of town near Waitrose. There is some on-street parking in town.