Vale House Cafe and Tea room

As a new member of the team at Vale House, I would like to extend a warm welcome to customers old and new.

We are your friendly café operating as a social enterprise dedicated to the upkeep of Vale House and employing and creating opportunities for local people. We are situated in the heart of Vale Park, Magazine Lane, New Brighton and we are open 7 days a week and we value and need your support.

Our location in Vale Park means that we benefit from the park’s green flag status, wonderful views across the River Mersey, regular entertainment from the band stand and a newly fitted children’s play area in addition to the beautiful and peaceful rose garden. Great in summer but seasonal changes can really affect the sustainability of our efforts and the opportunities for local people.

We are currently redecorating and planning the opening of an affordable tea room in the Orangery. Home made cakes, fresh sandwiches and a range of fine teas served from good old fashioned china tea services at prices that won’t break the budget for a little treat or ‘me time tlc’. We want to make Vale House a place to head even when the weather isn’t great and I would like to invite our local community to get in touch with any ideas, offers of voluntary help, unwanted tea sets, gifts in kind etc. We are aiming to have an official opening in December but in the mean time the work continues so please feel free to

Email me at;

Or drop me a line; Elaine Owen, Vale House, Vale Park, Magazine Lane, New Brighton



Elaine owen 07980 642626

At one end of the park is the famous New Brighton promenade, running up from Seacombe to New Brighton for 3.5km, perfect for seaside strolling or bike riding with spectacular views across the River Mersey of the Liverpool Waterfront panorama.

There is plenty of free parking in Magazine Lane and limited parking within the park from Vale Drive. We are only 2 minutes walk from local bus stops that serve Wirral and Liverpool and about 10 minutes walk from New Brighton Train station, all of the new New Brighton developments (Morrison’s, The Light etc) and Seacome Ferry.