Situated in a fantastic grade 2* listed black and white timber framed building, dating back to 1510 and the time of King Henry VIII.
Lichfield House is the oldest and longest serving coffee shop restaurant in Lichfield offering morning coffees, lunches & afternoon teas, as well as Champaign breakfasts and the very popular ultimate Champaign afternoon teas all in the charmed surroundings of this historic property. They also manufacture and retail a large range of luxury made chocolates, jams marmalades, honey, biscuits, biscuit tins as well as specialty dairy ice creams with currently over 18 flavours. Taste of Staffordshire Award Tea shop of the Year - Highly Commended for two years running. Arranged parties catered for. A family business since 1936.
- Monday 9:00 - 16:30
- Tuesday 9:00 - 16:30
- Wednesday 9:00 - 16:30
- Thursday 9:00 - 16:30
- Friday 9:00 - 17:00
- Saturday 9:00 - 17:00
- Sunday 10:00 - 16:00
- Special meal deals available
- Vegetarian options are available
Getting here & Parking
In the heart of Lichfield City Centre, and located by the Guild Hall, and next to Donegal House on Bore Street as well as opposite Barclays Bank. A very easy walk to Lichfield Cathedral, Dr. Johnsons Birthplace Museum, St. Mary’s Heritage Center or Lichfield Garrick Theatre.
Close to and within walking distance from the City Bus Station
Close to and within walking distance from Lichfield City station
Entering the Building / Attraction
- The entrance is flat
Children and Babies
- Children and babies welcome
- Baby changing facilities available
Services for the visually impaired
- Guide dogs allowed
The entrance is on the ground floor as are the first serving rooms and shop the second room has one step and the third has two steps but toilets are on the first floor.