The 17th century oak-beamed setting of the Castle View Restaurant offers diners a relaxed atmosphere with spectacular views across the terrace of the nearly 900-year-old Leeds Castle beautifully lit at night. Our chef’s aim is to use the best local and seasonal ingredients and allow the quality of the produce to speak for itself.
Choose from mackerel caught off the south coast, East Sussex succulent braised shin of beef, complimentary home baked breads and locally grown fresh vegetables. For pudding, a signature dish of sticky toffee pudding with homemade ice cream is simply delicious; or ask about our daily specials, dishes that showcase our chef’s creativity and flare.
Parking is free and an entrance ticket to Leeds Castle is not required.
Leeds Castle has been a Norman stronghold, the private property of six of England’s medieval queens, a palace used by Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, a Jacobean country house, a Georgian mansion and an elegant early 20th century retreat. Today it is one of England’s most visited castles and one of Kent’s largest tourist attractions offering children’s playgrounds, a maze, falconry, punting, the world famous Dog Collar Collection and much more.
Dinner Bed & Breakfast
Leeds Castle offers six self-catering holiday cottages, four star bed and breakfast bedrooms, five luxury bedrooms in the 16th-century Maiden’s Tower and eight medieval glamping tents (April to September). For details on the latest dinner and bed and breakfast offers contact one of the accommodation team on 01622 767823 or visit www.leeds-castle.com/accommodation
Leeds Castle is located near Maidstone in Kent just off Junction 8 of the M20 and only one hour’s drive from London.