The Grange Restaurant mixes colourful and fresh cuisine with traditional British favourites and is located at The Grange in Saunderton, near Princes Risborough. Every penny of profit from The Grange Restaurant and Gift Shop goes to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, which trains dogs that change the lives of deaf people.
The Grange is a family-friendly, dog-friendly and highly accessible restaurant for those with deafness or hearing loss and those without. Nestled in the Chiltern Hills, the restaurant is spacious, bright, elegant yet relaxed, and has been designed with acoustics and accessibility in mind, with state of the art design to enhance customers’ listening experience while dining.
The Grange Restaurant serves food during the day, with plans to extend to early evening service later this summer and offers a delicious and healthy menu of fresh dishes prepared by a team of experienced chefs – from the unique to old favourites.
The Grange features a gift shop where visitors will find a range of original gifts, and a dedicated Hearing Hub, run by Hearing Link, which offers useful products, information and advice for visitors on how to better manage their hearing. Every penny of profit from The Grange Restaurant and Gift Shop supports Hearing Dogs for Deaf People’s life-changing work, helping people embrace life whatever their level of hearing.
Opening times are from Monday to Sunday, 9am to 4pm.
Breakfast times are 9am to 11.30am, lunch is served 12pm to 2pm and Sunday lunch is served 12pm to 3pm.
Early evening openings on a Thursday and Friday are due to begin later this summer.
The Grange menus are subject to change, please visit the website if you would like to double check.
For further information please visit www.thegrangesaunderton.org.uk
About Hearing Dogs for Deaf People – Hearing Dogs for Deaf People trains dogs that help deaf people leave behind loneliness and reconnect with the world around them. The dogs do this by alerting deaf people to danger sounds like the smoke alarm, as well as everyday sounds such as the doorbell, alarm clock and oven timer. They also offer constant companionship, giving deaf people the confidence to reconnect with their family, friends and community around them. Their burgundy jackets also signal to the public that their recipients are deaf, which can help deaf people with every day interactions. This combination of practical assistance and lifelong friendship can be completely life-changing for a deaf person. The charity receives no government funding and relies solely on the kindness of its generous supporters to carry out the life changing work it does.