Treat yourself to afternoon tea or a fancy lunch in The Old Rectory Trim. Perfect for family gatherings, friendly get-togethers, birthday parties and hen parties.
**Advanced Booking Essential**
We invite you to come enjoy Afternoon Tea In our Vintage Tea Rooms. We make all of our produce fresh on site so advanced booking is essential.
Homemade & Wholefood
Breads, Cakes and Treats
Relax with Family & Friends
We invite you to come and enjoy a relaxed afternoon with your family / friends here in The Old Rectory Trim. Afternoon Tea can be a perfect way to celebrate birthdays, graduations, engagements and hen parties with a twist.
We freshly prepare all of the food on site here in our kitchens and serve a variety of sweet and savoury treats on ornate platters. We have gluten free and vegetarian options available – please advise in advance and we will accomodate your needs.
The Old Rectory is situated in the heart of Trim, a heritage town in Meath, Ireland. This historic house has recently been renovated to restore it’s original charm with vintage decor and ornate lavish furnishings.
The house is over 250 yrs old and steeped in history. So take a step back in time and enjoy an evening with us. We have free, secure, daytime & overnight parking for up to 15 cars.
Book Afternoon Tea
To book afternoon Tea for your Group please call 086 233 9229 or fill in the form below to check availability.
What People are Saying
About The Old Rectory Trim
“Exceptional. The Staff was very courteous and caring”
“They gave us some great tips for our trip to Tara. The breakfast was also prompt, large, and delicious.“
“A wonderful period house with grade A service”
“We were made to feel very welcome and the proprietor couldn’t do enough to make our stay more perfect. “
“A pleasant surprise! Exceeded expectations in every way!”
“Sandy was absolutely the best part of our experience! She is charming, gracious, personable and SO funny!“
“Beautiful accommodation, near historic Trim Castle!”
“Well-stocked food. Fed ourselves on fresh eggs from hens in the garden, Irish ham, cheese, and fresh fruit”