Eating & shopping

Stylish decor at Dizzy's

Enjoy light and airy dining at Dizzy’s

Enjoy light and airy dining at Dizzy’s

At weekends and bank holidays, try our stylish new venue.  In the west wing of the manor, the tasteful decor of this light and airy room reflects aspects of the life and times of Disraeli. The name of the café was coined by Mary Anne Disraeli as a pet name for her husband, Britain's most unlikely Victorian prime minister. Bathed in light from the attrium, with prints reflecting Disraeli's colourful character, this is a a peaceful place to linger over a snack before you continue your visit to Hughenden.


Visit our gift shop

A day out at Hughenden wouldn't be complete without a visit to our gift shop.

Café opening times

The café in the stableyard is open February to December, serving specials that reflect the seasons.

Eat fresh and local in the café

A variety of cakes

A variety of cakes

Our tasty sandwiches, cakes and hot meals are prepared in our café, daily. We locally source many of our ingredients and use delicious home-grown produce from our walled garden.

Have a picnic

Join us for a picnic in the orchard

Join us for a picnic in the orchard

  • On sunny days buy a tasty sandwich and have a picnic.
  • We've picnic tables available in our beautiful apple orchard.
  • Or, why not wander down and picnic in the parkland?

Book bargains galore

Browsing in Hughenden bookshop

Near the ticket office we have a well stocked secondhand book shop. Run by volunteers, it is a quiet corner welcoming donations as well as those who want to browse its wide range of titles.