Located in Rockliffe Hall's Old Hall, the 18th Century Orangery provides an intimate culinary experience, softly-lit by night, offering stunning views across 365 acres of woodland by day. Take a tour of the region with dishes such as North East coast mackerel, Neasham beef, Cumbrian Lamb, Yorkshire rabbit and Yorkshire duck egg- all served in imaginative ways.
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Information on The Orangery , Rockliffe Hall Hotel , Hurworth-on-Tees , Darlington
Last Orders for Dinner: 21:30
Seating Capacity: 60
Private Dining: yes
Accommodation: Number of Rooms: 61
Room Prices from: £190
Wheel Chair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 3 Rosettes, AA 5 Star hotel
|Local Directions:||Rockliffe Hall is nestled between the quiet villages of Hurworth and Croft on Tees in County Durham. Just five minutes from Darlington railway station, ten minutes from Durham Tees Valley Airport, and fifty minutes from Newcastle International Airport. Our postcode is DL2 2DU.|
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Mon 03 Jun 2013 – Fri 30 Aug 2013
Enjoy a 'taste' of the Orangery with the delicious 3-course market menu or for more of an occasion take a tour of the North East and enjoy our lunch time tasting menu.
Lunch in The Orangery served from 12.30pm until 2.00pm every Monday to Friday.
3 course lunch- £25 per person
Please call to make a reservation
Mon 02 Sep 2013 – Mon 02 Sep 2013
Enjoy a sparkling wine reception, followed by a delicious 2-course lunch served in our 3AA rosette Orangery restaurant. After you have enjoyed your lunch, guest speaker and renowned chocolate connoisseur, Sarah McAllister, where she will share her passion for the cocoa bean and the history of chocolate.
Monday 2nd September 2013
£22.50 per person
Please call to make a reservation.
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