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The Lounge at Pontlands Park offers something for everyone, whether you are staying at the hotel or just want to drop in, serving coffees, drinks, sandwiches, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

The Lounge is decorated in a relaxed contemporary style that fits within the traditional building. Comfortable chairs, plenty of natural daylight, free wifi and our friendly staff make it the perfect place for a get together with the girls, a relaxed lunch or to escape the office and get some work done while enjoying a coffee.

“The service was fantastic, the food amazing. We would urge anyone to give this special place a go. You will enjoy a classy, romantic and peaceful experience where you are made to feel very important!”

The Lounge menu offers a wide choice of dishes from our Light Bites to Bigger Plates, all freshly prepared, where possible using locally sourced ingredients.

The little ones haven’t been forgotten with a specially designed Kid’s menu offering more than the usual nuggets and chips. Afternoon Tea is available 7 days a week, all of the cakes and sweet treats are made here at Pontlands Park and the scones are served with the world famous Tiptree Jam.

If you are just looking for somewhere to grab a drink then The Lounge is the perfect spot and the wine list includes 14 varieties available by the glass.

If you are looking for a more formal dining experience then try The Restaurant at Pontlands Park.

Here are some sample menus:

Afternoon tea menu
Lounge menu
Kid’s menu

Reservations are recommended but not essential.

The Lounge

Open seven days a week from 11am – 11pm

Lunch will be served from 12pm – 2.30pm (excluding Sunday)

Afternoon tea will be served from 11am – 6pm

Sandwiches will be available from 11am-10pm

Dinner will be served from 6pm – 10pm Monday to Saturday and 6pm – 8.30pm Sunday

The Restaurant

Dinner will be served from 6pm – 10pm Monday to Saturday

On Sundays the carvery will be served from 12pm – 3pm

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