In Hassop Hall’s restaurant guests are able to experience the timeless elegance of a bygone era of dining previously enjoyed by England’s landed gentry. Chandeliers overhang immaculately laid tables in the dining room which overlooks undulating parkland. The four course menu offers an extensive selection of classic British and French dishes with the occasional surprise such as the starter of Thai duck salad thrown in for good measure. To begin there could be Morecombe Bay potted shrimp with lemon followed by French Onion soup or citrus sorbet. Robust mains could include Chateaubriand with Béarnaise sauce (carved pink from the silver trolley) or the more delicate whole Dover sole roasted on the bone. A selection of puddings awaits on the trolley including steamed sponge with custard.
Information on Hassop Hall Hotel , Hassop , Bakewell
Private Dining: yes for up to 120 guests
Accommodation: Number of Rooms: 13
Room Prices from: £95
Wheel Chair Access: Yes
|Local Directions:||From the M1 - Leave the motorway at junction 29 for Chesterfield and take the A617 into the town centre, then follow the A619 to Baslow. In Baslow take the A623 to Calver and at the traffic lights turn left onto the B6001 towards Bakewell. Hassop is the next village. From the A6 - Take the Sheffield/Chesterfield turning at Ashford onto the A6020. Follow this road for approximately 2 miles and at the roundabout take the first exit onto the B6001. Hassop is the next village. Locally - We are on the B6001 Bakewell to Hathersage Road between Bakewell and Calver.|
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Review of Hassop Hall Hotel
Posted on by Alison JonesType of travel: Family
We had a private dining experience to celebrate my mum's 80th Birthday. The whole event was faultless. The room was beautifully prepared and presented.
The food superb, the waiting staff were excellent and the service impeccable. The timing and pace of the meal was spot-on, nothing appeared too much trouble and every request was catered for. We were all made to feel very special and cared-for, excellent hosting skills all round.
I would thoroughly recommend Hassop hall Hotel. A wonderful place, unpretentious, welcoming, yet superior in every way.
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