Dine in Royal Surroundings
Join us for breakfast, dinner or Sunday lunch in one of our four dining rooms and you’ll find yourself indulging in a dazzling experience with a heritage befitting of its storied surroundings – one that encompasses seventies extravagance courtesy of regular guests including Sophia Loren and Laurence Olivier, and our then patron chef Kenneth Bell – the first chef outside of London to earn a Michelin Star. We offer a wide range of delicious and impressive menus to suit all occasions.
For that most extravagant of afternoon treats, our Full Afternoon Tea and Champagne Afternoon Teas can be taken in either our dining rooms or in our lounge areas.
For special occasions, the distinctive architecture of the castle provides a number of rooms of various sizes and for various styles of function.