Claydon Courtyard is a hub for food, art, workshops, wellbeing and retail.
Open Friday to Wednesday 10am-5pm
Please note that a section of Queen Catherine Road, between Steeple Claydon and Claydon Estate, will be closed from 5th October to mid-November 2020. There will be diversions in place and access from Middle Claydon is unaffected. Please see Anglian Water’s website here for further details.
The historic Claydon Courtyard is situated in the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside, and is at the heart of Claydon Estate.
Its excellent eatery, the Phoenix Kitchen, provides a selection of homemade cakes, lunches, afternoon teas and Sunday roasts. With delicious daily specials and a children’s menu, there’s something for all the family.
Claydon Courtyard is a hub for events, art, workshops, wellbeing and retail. Our visitors can enrol in a variety of courses and workshops, book a spa day or buy something unique and beautiful. We also have two charming holiday cottages, should you want to extend your stay.
Parking is free and we are dog friendly! When visiting Claydon Courtyard and the Phoenix Kitchen please use postcode MK18 2EY for directions.
Walking at Claydon Estate
There are public rights of way across the estate, and we ask that you keep dogs on leads and follow the Countryside Code at all times:
- Respect other people
- Protect the environment
- Enjoy the countryside
Cycling at Claydon Estate
The National Cycle Network route 51 goes past our main entrance and cyclists often find the Phoenix Kitchen to be a welcome stop off, enjoying something to eat and drink before heading off on their ride.
Something for Little Explorers at Claydon Estate!
If you’re visiting with young children, there’s plenty of open space at Claydon Courtyard and the Phoenix Kitchen offers a children’s menu, plus we have an activity sheet you may like to download here and bring with you (please remember to bring crayons!) Also, there’s Florence Nightingale’s carriage and a lovely old fire engine to discover…
Claydon Estate gardens and parkland are available for private hire and events, and are not open to the public. Areas of the former estate gardens are now run by the National Trust, so you may enjoy them when you visit Claydon House.
The National Trust Claydon House and gardens are closed this year, and will remain closed until further notice. Visit the National Trust website for updates.
Claydon Courtyard Summer 2020
Summer Menu at the Phoenix Kitchen
Public Rights of Way
Florence Nightingale's Carriage