Dining together has always been at the heart of the Cumberland Lodge experience, and we are lucky to have a team of talented, long-serving chefs. We pride ourselves on our locally sourced produce and mouth-watering menus, tailored to every visiting group.
Robert, our Head Chef, will be only too happy to work with you to create bespoke menus that are tailored to your needs and dietary requirements.
We offer three main dining spaces - the Cumberland Room, Prince Christian Room and Princess Helena Room - each with a distinct atmosphere. The two largest open up to create a single dining space for up to 100 people, for larger private events or buffet lunches while visiting groups are enjoying shared occupancy of the house.
During the summer months, our main lawn is a popular choice for dining al fresco, with sheltered picnic tables spread out alongside verdant floral borders, looking out towards rolling parkland, ancient woodland and vineyards.
We can now offer socially distanced dining indoors, in line with Government guidance.
We offer 58 individually appointed, en-suite bedrooms, and a self-contained family flat, and can accommodate up to 95 overnight guests. Together, our guest rooms reflect every major period of English architecture since the Lodge was first built in 1652, and many are themed to reflect important aspects of our history and heritage or Great Park location.
Our accommodation is spread across three historic buildings. We have 33 bedrooms in the main Lodge, 16 in the Georgian Mews, and seven in Groom’s House. They can be made up for single, double or twin occupancy, according to your requirements.
Cumberland Lodge bedrooms are intentionally 'low-tech', without televisions, to encourage you to reflect and unwind, and engage in open conversation with fellow guests during your stay. They feature luxury en-suite bathrooms, stylish interiors, comfortable beds, writing desks, and sweeping parkland views.
Two of the accessible first-floor bedrooms in the main Lodge feature spacious, adapted bathrooms for guests with additional mobility requirements, with the option of adjacent rooms being reserved for carers.
For the timebeing, rooms are allocated on either a single occupancy basis, or double occupancy for members of the same household or support bubble.