Due to Covid-19 the Stone Pine Café is closed until further notice

We thank you for your patience and look forward to welcoming you back when it is safe to do so.

The Stone Pine Café will be serving freshly made salads, sandwiches and cream tea

The café offers seating for around 16 people inside and 30 people outside. It's situated in a very tranquil area of the garden, Howards Field, which can be accessed by the Pinetum.

Stone Pine Café opening times: 

Due to Covid-19 the Stone Pine Café is closed until further notice

Summer hours – 16 March 2020 – 24 October 2020*
Monday – Friday: 10.30am – 4.30pm
Weekends and Bank Holidays: 10.30am – 4.30pm

Winter hours – closed from 2 November 2020 – 14 March 2021*

*March: Weekends only  

Opening times weather dependent.

Please note: The Stone Pine Café is located within the garden and as such garden entry prices apply. Wisley Café, located in the Welcome building, is open to non-paying visitors.


Open sandwiches £7.95
Smoked salmon, dill crème fraiche and rocket
Roasted Mediterranean vegetables and hummus
Roast beef with horseradish

Cold poached salmon with peas, mint, basil and aioli £11.95
Caramelised onion tart with summer slaw £7.50 
Chicken, tabbouleh and harissa hummus £9.50

Cream tea £10.95
Two sultana scones with English butter, Cornish clotted cream
served with strawberry jam, a choice of either a Montana hand roasted coffee in a cafetiere or a selection of Tregothnan speciality teas grown
in Cornwall

Cream tea with a glass of sparkling English wine £20.00
Simpsons, Chalklands Classic Cuvee 2016

A selection of cakes and desserts

A selection of hot, cold and alcoholic beverages

Ice cream and ice lollies

Kids menu

Pasta salad £2.50
Pea tart £2.50
Ham sandwich £1.25
Cheese sandwich £1.25
Pom-Bear potato snacks £1.25
Raisins £1.25
Pip Organic juices £1.80

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