The Kingfisher Café is now open Wednesdays to Sundays 10am - 4pm

Work will start on an extension later this year, which will enable us to keep the café open during events in 2022.

For up to date information please check our Facebook group page.

Hope to see you there soon!

The café offers a fantastic view of the lake:

Alongside tea, hot chocolate, WWT apple juice, cakes, biscuits, bliss balls, and brownies, we serve the following coffees:

Honduras Capucas

Organically grown under natural shade, protecting bird habitats in the Celaque National Park. Shady conditions promote slow growth resulting in richer flavour. Sweet, chocolate & nutty notes with mild acidity.

Using Smithsonian conservation science, the Bird Friendly gold standard does more than other eco-friendly seals to protect habitat. Bird Friendly coffees come from farms using a combination of foliage cover, tree height and biodiversity to provide quality habitat for birds and other wildlife.

capucas coffee

Café Femenino - this is a specialist grade 1 coffee, grown in Peru. Through buying this coffee you will be supporting the Café Femenino Program, which works to empower female farmers in the region and provides direct compensation to them to end the cycle of poverty in North West Peru.
Served as a filter coffee in cafetieres.

Our teas come from Iford Manor and are blended in Bradford-on-Avon.

  • The house blend comes from North India with a strong, warming and mildly aromatic flavour, it’s the prefect tea for a relaxed afternoon by the lake.
  • Our herbal blend, called Summer Fields Peppermint, is a calming combination of peppermint, blackberry leaves, camomile, lavender, rose and heath flowers.

Always loose-leaf and served in a teapot.

Our hot chocolate is from Zuma and is a blend of 25% West African cocoa and sugar, it's smooth and sweet – like a top-quality milk chocolate bar.

Our café shop sells a range of items selected from the Trust’s online shop as well as bird seed and bird feeders from Vine House Farm and a selection of local products, including bird house gourds and walking sticks, made in the Wylye Valley.



Loved every minute, Especially the Kingfisher Cafe! The tea and cakes wow!!

~ Kayleigh from Salisbury