Out in the English countryside, you can find Moor Hall, a place that describes itself as a “restaurant with rooms”. An exceptional grade II listed building that dates all the way back to the 13th century. Recorded first in 1282, the current manor house has been standing since 1533. After renovations took place in 2015, the house has been given a new lease of life where people can enjoy a relaxing stay as well as experience a delicious meal. The Moor Hall Restaurant has been awarded 2 Michelin stars where they serve a menu dedicated to British cuisine alongside using ingredients that have been produced on-site. Based in West Lancashire, there are five acres of stunning grounds with views overlooking a lake as well as a medieval moat.
Gravetye Manor Hotel
Based in East Grinstead, West Sussex this Elizabethan manor has four rosettes and offers its guests both exquisite dining and a luxurious stay. The hotel has 17 rooms with each designed to give it’s guests a perfect mix of old charm and modern-day luxury. Guests are treated to a freshly hand-picked bunch of flowers upon arrival. An amazing location for those who want to be able to reach central London but have the opportunity to get away from city life and unwind in nature. Gravetye Manor’s gardens have been considered as “one of the most important historic gardens in England. The award-winning restaurant offers a heavenly experience with uninterrupted views.
The Mallory Court Hotel
Set in 10 acres of land, The Mallory Court Hotel can be found in the Lemington Spa area of Warwickshire. The hotel includes a spa and mixes country charm with a contemporary style. This manor is much bigger than the others mentioned with 43 rooms on offer including several suites. With four different dining options, guests can pick and choose from a mixture of dishes from their award-winning chef. The restaurant guide 2020 said, “There are lovely garden and countryside views from the smart paneled restaurant, where floral drapes and elegantly dressed tables all add up to a classy setting.”