Amberley Castle has a long held reputation for delivering outstanding cuisine.

Dining takes place in either The Queen's Room, with its barrel-vaulted ceiling dating back to the 12th century and open fire, or The Great Room, built in 1165 by Bishop Luffa of Chichester; a fine example of Norman architecture with its high lancet windows, open fireplace, oak flooring, tapestry and suits of armour.

The dress code for the dining room is smart casual, with no jeans or trainers.

Please note, well behaved children aged 8 years and over are welcome to dine in the restaurant. For children under the age of 8, a private dining room can be arranged at no extra cost.

Private Dining

The hotel's main restaurant and private dining rooms have a unique ambience, ideal for that special private dining occasion. There are 3 rooms available for private dining; The Great Room which seats up to 40 guests, The King Charles Room which seats up to 12 and The Green Room which can accommodate up to 14 people. These are perfect for more intimate celebrations.