- What’s On
- Things To Do
Visit the Walled Garden
Soak up the spring sunshine in the Walled Garden. Exclusively for residents, enjoy the heated outdoor pool, private beach, tennis courts and Jemima’s Kitchen Garden. The Grove Grill will also return during school holidays, promising a mouth-watering selection of flame-kissed delights. It’s an idyllic oasis that you won’t want to leave!
Savour seasonal cocktails out on the terrace
Celebrate the season of new beginnings with one of our seasonal cocktails out on the terrace. With our garden-to-glass ethos, each beverage has been designed with Jemima’s Kitchen Garden in mind, using ingredients hand-picked from the plots.
Specially for our 20th anniversary, Tom, The Stables Bar Manager, has created the ‘Mansion on the Hill’ cocktail. Inspired by his ten years working at The Grove and the hotel’s rich history, the cocktail contains The Grove Gin, Cointeau, crème de violette and grapes. £1 from each drink will be donated to local Hertfordshire children’s charity, Playskill, our charity of the year.
Discover the bluebells in Asher’s Woodland
The epitome of spring, bluebells will be growing in abundance over in Asher’s woodland. Have your cameras at the ready!
Learn something new at our masterclasses
Learn something new at one of our interactive masterclasses. Our team of talented mixologists will be leading a selection of fun cocktail classes over the next few months, from dessert cocktails to tipples inspired by what’s growing in Jemima’s Kitchen Garden.
Discover what’s growing in Jemima’s Kitchen Garden
Pay a visit to Jemima’s Kitchen Garden and find out what’s growing. Spring is the time where we’ll have the likes of leeks, lettuce and radishes in full bloom.
New dishes at Madhu’s
For delicious, authentic Indian cuisine, book a table at Madhu’s. Recently refurbished, with interiors inspired by the breath-taking Lodhi Gardens in New Delhi, you can also enjoy a brand-new menu. Our Executive Chef, Amardeep Anand, recommends the Madhu’s machi and the lamb shank in particular.
Tuck in to afternoon tea
Back by popular demand is our afternoon tea. Take your seat in the Lounges and tickle your taste buds with an irresistible selection of sweet treats and savoury delights inspired by what’s growing in Jemima’s Kitchen Garden. Plus, we’ve got options for the kids and for those following a plant-based diet.
Find The Grove’s hidden gems
Our 300 acres are home to many hidden gems that only few know about. When you join us, see if you can spot the Victorian reflection pool in our woodlands, the six air raid shelters nestled within the grounds, and the WWII bomb shrapnel marks on the mansion’s brickwork. If you need a hint, speak with Sally, our Front of House Manager.
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