The Flying Childers is open weekends only until 23 March 2019, apart from 14-15 February when it will open for Valentine's Day.
Brunch, bubbles and Wedgwood afternoon tea
Brunch and bubbles | 11am to 2pm
Brunch includes dishes such as:
- Derbyshire oatcakes with spinach, mushrooms and smoked applewood cheese
- Chatsworth eggs benedict
- Sautéed mushrooms on toasted Yorkshire rarebit
- Baked goods selection freshly prepared daily
We also offer a choice of bubbles and champagne cocktails.
See a sample Flying Childers brunch menu.
Brunch is not available on Mother's Day, 31 March 2019.
Wedgwood afternoon tea | £35 per person | 12pm to 3.30pm
The Flying Childers restaurant offers a delectable Wedgwood afternoon tea served with Wedgwood tea and a selection of Chatsworth coffees.
Treat yourself and add a glass of prosecco for an extra £5 or indulge with a glass of Laurent-Perrier Brut NV for an extra £10.
See a sample Wedgwood afternoon tea menu.
Afternoon tea is available all day on Mother's Day, 31 March 2019.
Book your table in advance
Book your table in advance for brunch or afternoon tea at the Flying Childers restaurant and receive complimentary parking.
If you have reserved a table at the Cavendish restaurant, please show your reservation confirmation (paper or electronic copy) when you arrive at the parking booth to receive complimentary parking.
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Partnership with Wedgwood
We are delighted that all of the tea and tea ware in Flying Childers has been provided in partnership with Wedgwood.
Wedgwood has been intrinsically linked with tea for over 200 years. Josiah Wedgwood began designing tea ware collections in response to the fashion for drinking tea, which flourished from the mid-18th century.
The adoption of these designs by Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III, resulted in permission to rename the collections “Queen’s ware”. The royal support prompted a deeper link between Wedgwood and tea.