Eating at Lanhydrock
The Park Cafe and Stables tea-room are open, serving drinks, light meals and snacks. Some limited indoor and outdoor seating is now available. The Servants' Hall restaurant remains closed.
Situated next to the visitor car park and cycle hire facilities, the Park Café is a handy refuelling place for visitors making the most of the cycle trails through the woodland. It's also a fabulous place to come for a chat over lunch or a barista-made coffee and a slice of homemade cake.
Our speciality is homemade burgers and we make tasty vegetarian and plant-based meals too. You can also pick up special 'tag-on' kids lunch bags before you set off on the family-friendly cycle routes and children will love the adventure playground next to the café. Children's meals and high chairs are available in all our outlets.
Why not start your day with a barista-made coffee? Our Stables tea-room is just the place; with freshly-baked scones, seasonal soup, local pasties, homemade sandwiches and cakes, local ice cream and drinks available daily. Remember to collect a stamp for your loyalty card when you buy a hot drink - get your tenth drink free.
Servants' Hall restaurant
In the old Servants' hall, Housekeeper's room and Housemaids' room remain closed to visitors at the moment. Please check back for updates in the coming weeks.
Walking your dog around the estate can be thirsty work. Stop off for a refreshing snack or drink at the Park Café and you can sit on the veranda with your pet. You'll find drinking bowls and dog biscuits (for a donation) to keep your pet happy here.
Dogs are also welcome at the outdoor seating area near the Stables tea-room.
We aim to be environmentally sustainable and responsible; our take-out cups, lids and sandwich packaging (including film and liner) are 100% compostable and made from plant material.
Here at Lanhydrock we always endeavour to cater for everyone's taste buds and are proud to have been awarded the Bronze Food for Life Served Here Award. This award recognises our commitment to serving fresh, honest food, made using ethical and sustainable ingredients.
Helping with conservation work
We're part of the biggest conservation charity in the country and the profits from our food and beverage sales go towards our work looking after Lanhydrock, the countryside, Cornish coastline and other places across the country. So every time you stop for a coffee here, you're helping us keep these places special for ever, for everyone.