The Landemare Café at Chartwell
Do stop off at the Landemare café on your visit at Chartwell. From lunches to homemade cakes, scones and biscuits there is always something to satisfy your taste buds.
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Our Landemare café
Come and visit the Landemare café, named after Georgina Landemare who was the Chartwell cook for over 20 years. The café has got exactly what you need for any time of day.
Hot and cold food is served from 12pm until 2.30pm with sweet and savoury scones freshly baked throughout the day. All you need to decide now is what you're going to eat.
From Monday 9 March, our early-bird opening is back with our café opening at 9.30am, with tea, coffee and a limited selection of light bites available. Why not beat the crowds and grab an early morning treat in the calm of Chartwell's grounds before starting your day?
Fresh and accommodating
Our fruit and veg couldn't be more local. It's sourced from our fruit and vegetable beds at Chartwell straight to the café and into some sensational seasonal desserts.
Everything is freshly made by our chefs, as well as meals suitable for vegetarians, gluten free rolls and soya milk - there's something for everyone's taste.
The whole family can enjoy lunch at Chartwell, with pick and mix kids lunchboxes and a hot dish of the day available.
A visit to a National Trust property just wouldn't be the same without the quintessentially British cream tea. Our mouth-watering scones are freshly prepared by our chefs and served with jam and clotted cream; a perfect way to spend the afternoon.
You can enjoy the delicious food from our café in our outside eating area which is ideal for dog walkers who want to enjoy a refreshment with their canine companion.
" [My ideal of a good dinner] is to discuss good food, and, after this good food has been discussed, to discuss a good topic – with myself the chief conversationalist."