Open Daily for Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Dinner
- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Business Lunch
- Buffets, Business Meetings, Functions catered for
- Weddings and Other Private Parties Catered for
- Gluten Free Available
- Families and Children Welcome
- Private Dining
About The Mary Beale Restaurant
The Mary Beale Restaurant is named after the stunning art work by Britain's first professional woman painter. Many of her original works adorn the walls.
Our Executive Chef Wayne Turner and his team together with the restaurant brigade can now offer you a memorable dining experience with gastronomic delights on the menu and for those with smaller appetites delicious light meals or snacks can be served in the bar.
Afternoon Tea available Mon - Sat 15:00 - 18:00 & Sun 15:30 - 18:00
Very good experience and enjoyed by both of us.
Service was excellent - professional and helpful. Food was really good; perfect for a special occasion. We also enjoyed a leisurely stroll through the arboretum after the meal. We shall be back!
I have been visiting the West Lodge Hotel since the 1960's - my company had an account - and these days I am so pleased to continue my visits as a retired individual. The hotel remains a true English classic. Can I offer any advice ? Not really! Except to say keep up the good -NO! excellent work as you have done over so many years. My thanks to all staff for their efforts in making every stay and visit an absolute pleasure and delight. I am now looking forward to my next visit
Very enjoyable afternoon in lovely surroundings. Staff very pleasant and helpful especially Andrew who looked after us really well
We were celebrating our golden wedding anniversary with friends and family in the Edward Beale room and it could not have been better. The staff were most helpful and particularly Laura who was looking after us was very attentive. The lunch was enjoyed by all and we had a most memorable and happy time. Thank you West Lodge, we would definitely recommend you.
Excellent atmosphere, setting and food
Service was a bit hap hazard with some confusion over order.
Always a wonderful evening.
A lovely dining experience for a special occasion
Always a pleasure to eat here.
Always an enjoyable, relaxed and all round experience ...... thank you.
We were very well looked after from the moment we arrived and through the whole evening. A great welcome, and a very relaxing atmosphere. The surroundings were elegant without being stuffy, and the food was delicious. We hope to be back again soon!
A most enjoyable lunchtime experience, lovely meal followed by pleasant stroll around the arboretum.
We had a very nice afternoon, your staff were exceptional. I would highly recommend your restaurant. Kind regards Caroline
We were unlucky as we were the only diners in the restaurant for dinner so no atmosphere. The staff worked hard to look after us and the food was delicious.
Nice traditional Sunday lunch at a good price
Always good food and staff always on the ball. Keep it up see you soon 😊
We had a wonderful Sunday lunch at the Mary Beale restaurant. We were looked after impeccably by our waiter Andrew who couldn't do enough for us and made the experience perfect. He was also very happy to suggest options for our young children which made all the difference. Despite living not far away, I had never eaten there before but will definitely be returning.
This was our first time yesterday to the hotel and we are now looking to book it for my husbands 60th birthday. He is terminally ill with cancer and we feel that your hotel will be perfect for making it very special for him
A very enjoyable evening with first class service all round by professional staff!
All the staff are great. Food is spot on.
We had a very enjoyable afternoon tea. Food was good and the service was excellent. Would definitely recommend.
Excellent evening We have always had an excellent time at Mary Beale
For the 25th time I refer you to my previous comments.Mr.S.Gerskin.
Are dinner drinks ordered taken by one waiter and delivered by another. It misses the point of too much explanation at initial point of ordering.