For exquisite fine dining there can be few more spectacular settings than The Wernher Restaurant, named after one of Luton Hoo’s most distinguished former owners. This part of the Mansion House was extensively remodelled in the early 20th century by the architects of the Ritz Hotel in London. It’s exotic marble panelwork and richly coloured fabrics are reminiscent of the Palace of Versailles.
Open Wednesday to Saturday for Lunch and Dinner.
All Day Sunday Lunch is served from 1pm-9pm
Housed within the historic Stables building, designed by the distinguished 18th century architect Robert Adam, is the Adam’s Brasserie, offering a slightly more informal style of dining compared to The Wernher Restaurant. The décor of the Adam’s Brasserie is bright and contemporary, its walls lined with stills from many films and TV shows which have been shot on location at Luton Hoo.
Open seven days a week serving Lunch and Dinner (Lunch only on Sunday)