The Four Seasons at Swinfen Hall

About

The only restaurant in Staffordshire awarded three rosettes from the AA, recommended in the Michelin guide and winner of numerous accolades, the Four Seasons offers modern British Cuisine in the magnificent setting of a Grade II listed Georgian manor house. Sika deer, renowned for the quality of their venison roam the 45-acre deer park and feature on the menus in Winter and Spring months, rare-breed Manx Loaghtan sheep graze under the chestnut trees and appeared on the menus for the first time in September 2016 and the half acre walled garden provides a wealth of fruit, vegetables and herbs. Sample afternoon tea on the terrace, fine dining in the restaurant or a gourmet night in the stunning Edwardian ballroom. Or why not bring the kids up for “Sunday lunch with a Touch of Magic” and then head out to feed the deer? A private dining room is available for celebrations and as the restaurant is located in the only AA Inspector’s Choice hotel in Staffordshire, why not enjoy your meal without having to worry about the drive home and stay in one of the 17 luxurious bedrooms and suites?

Awards

AA Three-rosette

AA Four red star

SEQM

Taste Of Staffordshire Winner

Times

Opening Times

The Four Seasons Restaurant: Lunch Wednesday - Sunday 12noon – 2.30pm and Dinner Tuesday – Saturday 7pm – 9.30pm. Swinfen Estate Bar Menu: Monday – Saturday 12noon -3pm and 6pm -10pm. Afternoon Tea: Monday - Friday 3pm – 5.30pm - Saturday & Sunday 4pm – 5.30pm. Pre-booking advised as occasionally closed for a private function.

Menu

The award-winning Four Seasons offers modern British cuisine with 3, 5 and 7-course Tasting and Vegetarian Tasting Menus. Sunday Lunch changes weekly but always features traditional Sunday roasts and heavenly puds. £29.50 for two courses, £38 for three courses. Children under 12 charged half the adult rate. The Swinfen Estate Bar Menu has dishes based around produce from the grounds and local food producers. Afternoon Tea is priced at £25 or £35 with a chilled flute of Taittinger Champagne. Food allergies and specific dietary requirements catered for with prior warning.

Getting here & Parking

Two miles south of Lichfield on the A38.

Lichfield City and Lichfield Trent Valley railway stations are within four miles.

  • Free customer parking

Accessibility

Entering the Building / Attraction

  • The entrance has a permanent wheelchair accessible ramp
  • The entrance has a handrail

Children and Babies

  • Children and babies welcome
  • Baby changing facilities available

Services for the visually impaired

  • Guide dogs allowed
  • There is good contrast between the floor and walls