"But indeed I would rather have nothing but tea."
Jane Austen, MANSFIELD PARK
The Evesham Restaurant
At the bustling centre of the hotel, the Evesham Restaurant hosts hearty breakfasts and delicious dinners.
Wake up to a full English, or lighter continental options, served with juices and freshly brewed tea and coffee.
By evening, enjoy a nightly festival of food where expert chefs showcase their skills before your eyes. Theatre cooking takes the heat out of the kitchen and puts it centre stage. Or choose our famous hand-carved joints from the butcher’s block, varied daily specials, or lighter salad options. For pudding, enjoy a selection of beautiful desserts and cheeses.
Then stay in your seats for entertainment 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 you’ve made a booking.
The Arden Lounge & Terrace
Enjoy the two personalities of the Arden Lounge and Terrace. By day, a coffee lounge with deep sofas and floor to ceiling windows overlooking the rolling countryside. By night, the Arden Lounge menu offers gastro-style British classics with a twist in a more laid-back atmosphere and is open a little later than the Evesham Restaurant.
Drinks and snacks are available all day from 11am. The bar’s open late for cocktails or craft ales and beers, and dinner is available until 9pm.
Reserve your table once you arrive at the hotel.
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.
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.