Our refurbished Orangery is now open. Enjoy refreshments at our new and fresh bar space or make a reservation for a scrumptious lunch. Experience elegant dining with our Afternoon Tea, featuring authentically British, house-made scones, delightful sweet treats, and an array of dainty sandwiches.
You can view our menus below, including our new weekday lunch menu and our special Mother's Day brunch and lunch.
If you wish to discuss a booking or would like more information, please contact [email protected]
We have a selection of delicious and indulgent afternoon teas for you to enjoy. Our afternoon teas are available to book now and are available daily between 12.00 - 16.00.
On selected dates, we will be serving a unique Winston Churchill themed afternoon tea as part of our Churchill 150 celebrations.
At our Orangery Restaurant, you can enjoy delicious food complemented by the beautiful surroundings. Bookings can now be made for Sunday lunch and midweek and Saturday lunches will be available from 12th February 2024.
You can see an example of our menu below. Please note these are sample menus and are subject to change.
If you're wondering how to say 'Happy Mother's Day' this year, why not join us on the 10th March for brunch or lunch in our fabulous Orangery restaurant.
Brunch is available to book between 10.00 - 11:45 and lunch or afternoon tea is available between 12:30 - 17:00 (limited availability).
Amelia is a professional singer from Buckinghamshire with a lounge music repertoire that ranges from The Mamas and The Papas and The Beatles, to musicals such as West Side Story and Singing in the Rain - the perfect accompaniment to an afternoon tea.
Amelia will perform on selected dates listed below, between 13.00 - 15.00.
February 25th, March 31st, April 28th, May 26th, June 30th and July 28th.
In January 2023, we embarked on an innovative conservation project to reinstate the roof of The Orangery to its original slate composition. It is the first Grade 1 listed building to carry out a project of this kind. This process involved the removal of the existing glass ceiling, replacing it with a hand crafted timber and slate structure. Over the course of the last three centuries, the Orangery has fulfilled a range of roles, from a greenhouse to a theatre to an art gallery and most recently, a restaurant.