Monday – Saturday
12pm – 2.30pm
6pm – 9.30pm
12pm – 4pm
Monday – Saturday
- Disabled Access
- Outside Seating Area
About Castle at Edgehill
Perched on the summit of Edgehill the stone tower overlooks the legendary battlefield and stunning landscape beyond. Inside, the pub offers a large bar with 4 main dining areas including the armoury bar, relaxed library and 2 dining rooms; terrace and restaurant boasting a panorama across several counties. Whilst outside there is a large landscaped beer garden where these views can also be enjoyed.
Afternoon Tea is served Monday to Saturday 15.00-17.00
The setting is lovely, and the staff were attentive and friendly. The beer is good. The food is a disappointment, all style over flavour. Fish platter is good, but of course involves no cooking, just serving. Main courses were disappointing. Presentation seemed to be all. Pork served in a bowl is a failure because cutlery placed on the side slips into the food. Chips served in a bucket? Chips had been undercooked and were limp and soggy. Chicken was tasteless and barely cooked. Use better quality and cook the herbs with it please. "Lemon and thyme sauce" seemed to be mayonnaise in a pot, and had been left warming under the pass so that it split. Meat came with a good provenance (we shop at Carpenter's Farm) but was bland and tasteless with no seasoning. Coffee was so hot it was untouchable, never mind undrinkable. Coffee at 85c please. This was a favourite venue but sadly I shall not return soon.
Lovely family meal. Thanks!
Absolutely fantastic food and service, lovely pub with great atmosphere. Definitely worth a visit and I will be returning when I'm next down south. The sticky toffee pudding was especially yummy 😋
We visited yesterday as a treat for my daughter following a rather lovely meal on our own not so long ago. Unfortunately I was not as impressed with the food and have had much nicer roast dinners elsewhere.
Great food. Great service. A marvellous experience.
Exceptional food and service as always. The duck dish was superb! Never disappoints.
Seated in the glasshouse (as requested) - lovely lovely views. Opted for Sunday roast which was yummy but relatively small portions and slightly dissapointed that there was no yorkshire pudding (as I opted for pork) yorkshire pudding is certainly a favourite amongst a lot of us Brits! Opted for lemon meringue for dessert which again very delicious however very small portions. Ordered a violety gin cocktail which was possibly one of the best cocktails I've ever had! Great service from staff.
Recommend requesting a table by the window in the glasshouse. Incredible view and incredible food. Definitely will be coming again!