Fine Dining at Cliveden
Cliveden has a long tradition of fine food and warm hospitality. George Bernard Shaw enjoyed many a fine meal here as a guest of Lord and Lady Astor and would be equally enamoured by the first class cuisine offered at Cliveden today, which is available to House guests and visitors alike.
At Cliveden the cuisine, the wine, the service and the ambience all amaze in equal measure. No matter which restaurant you choose you will find courteous and attentive service, excellent food and palate-tingling wines, delivered in the most beautiful surroundings.
There are two very different restaurants from which to choose according to your mood and taste.
The Terrace Dining Room offers not only the finest classically inspired cuisine, but awe-inspiring views of the gardens and Cliveden Estate. For those of you who enjoy a more informal and relaxed atmosphere, the Club Room is open to House guests for breakfast, lunch and dinner where food is cooked to order and prepared in a gastro-pub style.
Whatever your preference, we endeavour to make every diner feel like a personal guest in a beautiful country home.
NB. A National Trust admission fee of £5.80 per person for lunch, and £1.50 per person for dinner will be added to your bill (excluding National Trust members, with valid membership cards).