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Welcome to Lenny's of Eastgate, where indulgence meets elegance!

Step into a world of delightful flavours and charming ambiance as we invite you to experience our scrumptious afternoon teas, curated with love and served with a touch of love.


PLEASE NOTE: Lenny's of Eastgate will be closed on
Sundays from 28th Jan to 7th April 2024

Afternoon Tea at Lenny's of Eastgate

Afternoon Tea

Special Occasion?

Enjoy a specially made Afternoon Tea for a

special birthday, anniversary, or baby shower celebration.

Afternoon tea

Order a special Afternoon Tea to enjoy at home or book a special time and day to enjoy an Afternoon Tea at one of our locations - either Lenny's of Rochester on the High Street or Lenny's of Eastgate in the Gardens at Eastgate House.


Our Cafe

Come and visit us at our newest cafe at the Eastgate gardens just off

the Rochester High Street.

Lenny's of Eastgate flourishes as a holistic haven nestled within the
Eastgate Gardens. This dog-friendly and child-friendly cafe beckons visitors with its serene setting, allowing families to savour wholesome moments amid nature's beauty.


As an oasis of tranquility, Lenny's embraces a warm, inclusive atmosphere, making it the perfect destination for those seeking a harmonious blend of culinary delights and joyful communal experiences in the heart of East Gate Gardens.

Our menu is limited but offers family favourites and is fully licensed.

Visit our Lenny's of Eastgate website to find out more!

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Not just a House at Eastgate, Rochester

The Gardens at Eastgate House in Rochester transport visitors to a bygone era, offering a captivating blend of history and natural beauty. Nestled in the heart of Rochester, England, these gardens are an integral part of the Eastgate House, a stunning Elizabethan building with a rich heritage. Originally constructed in the late 16th century, the house has witnessed centuries of transformations, from private residence to public museum.

The gardens surrounding Eastgate House provide a tranquil escape from the bustling city life. Immaculately landscaped, the grounds boast a diverse array of flora, with vibrant flowers, fragrant herbs, and ancient trees creating a picturesque backdrop. Strolling through the carefully manicured paths, visitors can discover hidden nooks, charming benches, and even a historic mulberry tree, believed to be as old as the house itself.

Beyond its visual allure, the Gardens at Eastgate House serve as a living testament to Rochester's rich history.


The house once hosted literary giants like Charles Dickens, adding an extra layer of significance for literature enthusiasts. Today, the gardens serve as a cultural oasis, hosting events, workshops, and gatherings that celebrate the intersection of nature and heritage. A visit to the Gardens at Eastgate House promises a delightful journey through time and a serene connection with nature in the heart of this historic English town.

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