Beau’s Restaurant in Newbury, Berkshire

Dining out in Newbury can become an occasion if the venue is Donnington Grove. Beau’s Bar and Restaurant is a delightful place to enjoy a meal and a glass of wine.

New for 2019 – Beau’s Bar and Restaurant.  The famous Beau Brummel, son of William Brummel, lived here at Donnington Grove in the late 18th century.  Beau was famously known as a Dandy and a fashion icon of his time, he introduced the style for gentlemen to wear a shirt and cravat – with a jacket!   Raise a glass at Beaus to Great British style, fashion and tradition as we create and serve our new menus with this provenance in mind.

Set amidst beautiful parkland with the river Lambourn winding through the grounds, this Newbury restaurant has large picture windows to make the most of the picturesque river views.  The generous patio area is perfect for al-fresco dining or Afternoon Tea on a delightful, British summer day.

For those not wishing the formality of dinner with several courses, there is the option of the bar that has an extensive menu of light meals and snacks guaranteed to keep hunger pangs at bay.

Whether a traditional breakfast, Afternoon Tea or a three-course evening meal, Donnington Grove’s menus provide tasty dishes that make the most of locally sourced and seasonal ingredients.   A speciality of the House is the classic English Afternoon Tea, a delicious treat as well as a lovely gift idea – gift vouchers for Afternoon Tea are available from the hotel.

Non-residents are welcome. Reservations for the Beau’s Restaurant are preferred but not essential.

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