Eat, shop & stay
Refuel in our restaurant and cafés and find fine wines, great gifts and unique pieces inspired by Waddesdon's art collection in our shops. Our Five Arrows Hotel at the gates of the Manor also offers a great place to stay.
Where to eat
At Waddesdon Manor, we offer several eating places and areas, some indoors, others outdoors, depending on the season. Our eating places for winter weekends (7 Jan – 19 Mar) include indoors at the Stables Café, and outdoors take-away options, snuggled under sheepskin rugs outside the Stables and the Manor coffee bar.
All the food served at Waddesdon is prepared in our kitchens. The menus change with the seasons to reflect the best ingredients available. Our dedicated chefs seek out the finest local suppliers and insist on only the freshest, best-quality produce.
Open 11am-4pm, Sat-Sun, 7 Jan-19 Mar 2017
The Stables Café, near the Woodland Playground, is informal and ideal for families. It’s a short walk from the Manor. Housed in the old stables, painted in light pastel colours, it’s furnished with Jasper Morrison air chairs giving a contemporary look against the original features. Outdoor seating and blankets are available in the courtyard too.
Manor Courtyard coffee bar
Closed until Wed 22 Mar 2017
Once the Old Servants’ Hall, during our main season (from Wed 22 Mar) the Manor Restaurant offers teas, coffees, breakfast and lunch menus as well as a quintessentially British afternoon tea menu.
Five Arrows Hotel
Near the Waddesdon Manor gates, stands the Five Arrows, a small Victorian hotel with an award-winning restaurant. From simple but imaginative lunch menus to gastronomic dinner experiences and festive delights.
At Waddesdon you’ll find lots to remember your visit by and take home in our shops by the main house. Open weekends only until Wed 22 Mar 2017.
The Manor Shop’s high ceilings and Bath stone archways make a unique backdrop for shopping on your visit. You’ll find the finest quality souvenirs and selected National Trust items, including bespoke jewellery, homeware, scarves, bags, speciality food, books and stationery. Many are exclusive to Waddesdon.