A traditional tearoom in the heart of the Weald of Kent.
Just a short walk from Cranbrook's historic windmill the Union Mill and with ample free car parking just across the road.
Whether you are local or visiting Cranbrook make our tearooms your place to relax and enjoy our teas, coffees, cakes and more...
The Waterloo House Tearooms prides itself in its use of local produce from Bread, Cakes, Meat and Milk, and our local producers include.
Hinxden Farm Dairy (Benenden, Cranbrook)
Supplying Milk, Cream, Yogurt and Crème Fraiche from pedigree Guernsey and pedigree Holstein Friesian herds across Kent and East Sussex.
E.C. Wilkes & Sons Butchers (Stone Street, Cranbrook)
Your local butcher is the best place to buy good quality meat and dairy whilst supporting local farmers and producers.
In Cranbrook we have E C Wilkes & Son to shop who share the same ethos of encouraging people to support local independent businesses like themselves and the Waterloo House Tearooms.'
Curd and Cure (Staplehurst, Kent)
Established in 1988, they are an independent, family run, food wholesale company based in Kent that specialise in artisan cheese, chutneys and charcuterie.
Est. in 1969, Biddenden Vineyard is an award winning Commercial Vineyard, right on Cranbrook's doorstep, winning awards across the board with English wines and no innervations in apple and Fruit Juice.
Chaney and Sons Bakers (Stone Street, Cranbrook)
Established in 1964, Chaney & Son has been serving freshly baked breads and pastries from Cranbrook’s High Street for 48 years.
P. K. Produce (Biddenden, Kent)
Kentish based they can procure the finest locally grown produce that Kent has to offer.