The Tudor Room, under the direction of Michelin-starred Chef Shane Hughes, offers our- and eight-course tasting menus. Hughes is is an avid forager, and his finds from Great Fosters’ gardens will provide true farm-to-fork dining.
The less formal Estate Grill serves a simpler menu, but it, too, draws from the bounty of the hotel's fields and gardens. Livestock, including Gloucester Old Spot pigs, Longhorn cattle, and Badger Face sheep, are raised on the property and the hotel has an apiary and greenhouses.
The hotel also serves daily tea in the Cocktail Bar, Main Hall, and Anne Boleyn room, as well as on the terrace overlooking the gardens in summer.
Plan on allowing enough time to tour the gardens when visiting the estate.