Christmas dinner at Greys Court

handmade mince pies in the kitchen at Greys Court

Having dinner on Christmas day was a well-loved tradition for the Brunner family at Greys Court. A large turkey and roast potatoes were particular favourites of the family. This year the house is all lavishly decorated for the festive period, and volunteers will be baking some Christmas treats from Lady Brunner’s recipes, perfect for getting you and your family and friends in the festive spirit. And you can enjoy a Christmas dinner here too..

Traditional dinners in the Cowshed

This year in the tea-room we’re inviting you to share in this tradition at Greys Court and have a traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings, and a vegetarian option will be available. We're getting our turkeys from Polesden Lacey, and using Lady Brunner's recipes to make it extra special. The Cowshed will be decorated with festive trees and will be warm and cosy ready for you to settle down and enjoy a lovely lunch. After finishing your turkey dinner, there’s mince pies and a hot drink to warm you up ready to step out into the winter air.

Menu

Polesden Lacey Roast Turkey Dinner

with all the trimmings

or

Vegetarian Wellington

with all the trimmings

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Handmade Mince Pies

Tea or Coffee

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Adults £14.95   Children £7.50

 

This is a great way to make your visit to Greys Court special, as you can enjoy a lunchtime treat with people special to you at this wonderful time of year, and make it a really festive day out.

Christmas dinner with all the trimmings
Christmas dinner with turkey and trimmings

Book your dinner online

We recommend you book soon to avoid disappointment, and it is essential to book online. Unfortunately, we can’t offer Christmas dinners without booking in advance. Normal admission charges will apply.

View of the Christmas Tree in the drawing room in the Greys Court house from the piano

In the house at Greys Court at Christmas

Discover more about what is on offer in the house this festive season, including some special memories from Sir Hugo, the youngest of the Brunner boys, about what their family Christmases were like at Greys Court.