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Spa Cafe & Bar

Spa Cafe

Reservations taken. Open to the public.

Spa Cafe Menu 

NEW - Fresh homemade cakes

Menus and individual courses are subject to seasonal change on a daily or weekly basis

Child Policy in the Spa Cafe
We welcome children over 6 years old

Opening Times:

  • 9.00am - 7.00pm Sunday to Thursday
  • 9.00am - 9.00pm (last orders) Friday/Saturday evenings only 

Breakfast: (Continental breakfast £10.00 - Full English breakfast £12.50)

  • 9.00am - 11.45am

Lunch:

  • 12.15pm - 3.00pm Monday - Friday
  • 12.15pm - 4.00pm Saturday/Sunday

Afternoon Tea & Snacks:

  • 3.00pm - 6.30pm Monday - Friday
  • 4.00pm - 6.30pm Saturday/Sunday

Dinner:

  • 6.00pm - 9.00pm Friday/Saturday evenings only

Contact the Spa Café and Bar direct on 01296 746526 to reserve your table or request further details

The Spa Café and Bar is an informal restaurant situated in the Hartwell Spa, on the first floor, overlooking the swimming pool and is accessible by stairs only.

The Spa Café and Bar opens at 9.00am daily until 7.00pm throughout the week and until 9.00pm Friday and Saturday, serving a wide range of food and drink from a cup of coffee and a slice of cake to a glass of Champagne and traditional afternoon tea. Guests may just wish to use the Spa Café and Bar as a quiet haven to relax and meet with friends for a cup of tea, or to enjoy a sumptuous lunch from our seasonal menu.

During the Summer months (depending on the English weather!) the Spa Café and Bar opens out to the terrace, where the usual Spa Café and Bar treats can be enjoyed in the sunshine.

ALLERGENS AND SPECIAL DIETS

If a guest has a food allergy or intolerance, we request that they consult a member of staff before deciding what to eat and placing an order, on every occasion, whilst in the hotel.  Whilst we are committed to informing our guests accurately of any allergenic contents in the dishes served here, and also to complying with specific dietary requests, there remains a risk, albeit small, that traces from other dishes may be present in food served here, or on surfaces.

 

 

 

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