Food & Drink

It is essential to keep your delegate refreshed throughout the day to ensure they have the energy to stay focused during your meeting. We seek to help by providing regular healthy meals and breaks to keep both body and mind engaged. Chef has a selection of menus for you to choose from but is also very happy to discuss individual needs and ideas.


Breakfast is served daily in The Camellia restaurant for residential delegates, alternatively a private breakfast can be booked.  
Guests arriving in the morning, just for the day, can be welcomed with breakfast snacks such as bacon rolls, in your meeting room to ensure a great start to the meeting.  

The Camellia

Refreshment breaks

Throughout the day tea and coffee is available in your meeting room or just outside. Treats are also served and include pastries, cookies and cake; fresh fruit is also available with a selection of healthy snacks such as seeds, dried fruit or granola bars.


Within delegate packages a working buffet lunch is included, usually taken in your meeting room or in an informal foyer area. A private room can be reserved if preferred. A 3-course daily buffet is prepared by Chef including a selection of salads, hot main courses and desserts.  Menus are seasonally influenced using locally sourced ingredients. Lighter options can be offered for working lunches.
Alternatively, if you have more time, a set served lunch is available if booking a private room, please discuss menus with your event co-ordinator.



We request that groups over 10 guests dine in one of our characterful private rooms.  Smaller groups can eat in The Camellia or The Pass (supplements may apply to the delegate package).  There are ample choices for dinner, traditional formal meal or more informal options such as a summer barbecue, themed buffet or evening with entertainment. Alternatively for something a little bit special book The Pass exclusively for up to 36 guests. 


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