ACRES

OPEN FOR SUNDAY LUNCH FROM 3rd APRIL

We are delighted to announce the opening of Acres Restaurant at Ashridge House.

Acres Restaurant

OPEN FOR SUNDAY LUNCH FROM 3rd APRIL*

We are delighted to announce the opening of Acres Restaurant at Ashridge House.

LOVINGLY RESTORED

History, with modern flair.

Having undergone extensive refurbishment - and with a long, illustrious history as a dining hall - Acres inhabits one of our most magnificent heritage spaces. The exquisite original features have been lovingly restored to create an enchanting and unique restaurant.

FROM OUR HEAD CHEF

Sunday lunch at Acres

The mouthwatering menu has been expertly curated by our resident Head Chef, Paul Patterson. Somewhat of a culinary wizard, his cuisine reflects the rich history of Ashridge house with dishes inspired by locally grown heritage foods, served up with a modern flourish.

View our Sunday lunch menu

Book your table

Here you'll find a live diary showing availability for Sunday lunch. Tables are often reserved well in advance, book yours now to avoid disappointment.

Book your table

Here you'll find a live diary showing availability for Sunday lunch. Tables are often reserved well in advance, book yours now to avoid disappointment.

Dining at Ashridge House

Sunday Lunch at Acres is the perfect weekend treat to enjoy with family and friends in the spectacular surroundings of Ashridge House.

YOUR VISIT TO

Ashridge House

We have ample parking on-site for those driving. If you are arriving by public transport, our nearest train station is Berkhamsted or Tring (connections from London Euston) and Ashridge House is a short taxi ride from the station.

Your Easter Adventure

Here are the answers to some of our most popular questions, but if yours is not here, you may find our full Q&A section helpful. Click here to view.

Can I buy tickets on the day?

Tickets are currently not available on the day, however please keep an eye on our social media in case this changes.

Is there parking on site?

Yes! We have two car parks; please follow the signs for the visitors’ car park on arrival opposite the main house entrance, or the overflow car park located close to the trail entrance.

Is the Hunt pram and wheelchair friendly?

The Golden Goose Hunt is an event presented in the natural landscape in the gardens and grounds at Ashridge House. Although most parts of the Hunt are accessible, some parts of the garden may not be suitable for all pushchairs and buggies.

Are the chocolatey prizes allergy friendly?

Yes! We have a number of alternatives that are nut and diary free to ensure nobody misses out!