A choice of two restaurants, bars and lounges.
The Market Kitchen in the Evesham restaurant
At the bustling centre of the hotel, the Evesham restaurant hosts hearty breakfasts and delicious dinners
The market gardens in the Vale of Evesham are famous for their variety and choice. For showcasing local and seasonal produce. It’s there we found inspiration for the carnival of food you can expect to see at our Market Kitchen in the Evesham restaurant.
Wake up to a full English, or continental options, and pancakes made to order.
By evening, our chefs showcase their skills with daily specials cooked before your eyes. The Butcher’s Block, English deli counter and the pudding shop will not disappoint.
After dinner the lights will dim and the tempo picks up pace, stay right here in the Evesham for live music every night.
Book a dinner, bed and breakfast package and you’ll be able to choose your preferred spot using our My Warner Table service after booking.
View the Evesham restaurant menus
The Arden Café Bar & Restaurant
Enjoy the two personalities of the Arden Cafe Bar & Restaurant. By day, a coffee bar. By night, it offers a contrast to the Evesham restaurant with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the rolling countryside.
We wanted to pay tribute to the original designer of Studley Castle – Samuel Beazley. An architect, novelist and playwright, he became the leading theatre architect of his time. Through the gastro-style menu there are timeless recipes, brought firmly into the 21st century, with modern twists and turns.
Open daily for coffee and cake from 10am and lunch is available 12pm – 4.30pm. Dinner reservations available from 6.30pm – 9.30pm.
The Garden Room
The relaxed ambience and wonderful views make this a tempting place for a quiet chat anytime, day or night.
Handpicked teas are served with cakes and pastries while the sun’s up. G&Ts are the order of the early evening.
The Oak Room
The dark wood panelling and leather sofas in the Oak Room complement the traditional afternoon teas served here.
As evening falls and the chandeliers cast a cosy glow, the menu turns to cocktails and locally sourced craft ales.
View afternoon tea menu
The Hideaway is the most secret of the castle’s lounges, a hush-hush kind of place for board games and quiet drinks.
Classic Chesterfields and original timber floors keep it true to its Victorian roots.