Our chef serves coffee and cake in the Tea Room, light lunches in Rosendal Greenhouse, and three or five course gourmet dinners in the Blue Dining Room. All menus are based on ecological ingredients from the newly restored Kithchen&Herb Garden in Rosendal Garden. Fresh ingredients are harvested daily throughout the season.
The newly restored Rosendal Greenhouse is now ready to receive our lunch guests, wither indoors our outside when the weather permits.
Fresh, ecological ingredients from the Kitchen & Herb Garden are harvested daily throughout the season, and are prominently featured on the menus of Rosendal Greenhouse.
The old Havestuen at the Manor today hosts a small cafe serving coffee, the Baronesses Rose Tea and home baked cakes.
We also have a small selection of souenires like art catalogues, posters and a tea composed especially for Baroniet; the Baronesses Rose Tea.
For groups staying at the Home Farm we can offer three course gourmet dinners in the kitchen at the home farm, with lit candles and a fire lit in the stove.
Unfortunately we have very limited capacity and can only now and then offer meals for groups not staying at the home farm. For groups not staying at the home farm we would like to recommend Rosendal Greenhouse, the Tea Room or the Old Kitchen at the manor.
Groups can experience an evening at the Manor from 1665 with dinner in the Blue Dining Room. This is a lovely venue for weddings or other celebrations in a manorial atmosphere.
For more information and booking: please contact us by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Old Kitchen is the original kitchen from 1665 with a traditional hearth and stone bakery oven. Groups can have coffe and cakes with lit candles and fire on the hearth.
This film is from the Old Kitchen where local children are baking for Christmas in the stone bakery oven from 1700th century: