A candlelit dining room complete with ingelnook fireplace in a 15th cenutry inn; how could you possibly go wrong? The food hits the mark too with indulgent dishes such as salmon and lobster raviolo with fresh summer herbs and lobster bisque and grilled fillet of stone bass, broad beans, globe artichokes, lemon, tomato and rosemary velouté.
What could be more romantic than eating luxurious dishes like poached tails of Scottish langoustine with asparagus and tomato essence in an opulent dining room, lit by silver candelarbera and overlooking the beautifully maintained grounds of one of country's finest country house hotels?
The series of delightful, intimate dining rooms at this luxurious Lake District country house hotel all have view of the gorgeous gardens. The playful dishes here might include roast crown and braised leg of quail with burnt orange, pain d'épice and foie gras ‘Cornetto'.
This former 15th Century oak-beamed weaver's cottage is the very definition of rural romance. The accomplished cooking features local ingredients given intriguing twists such as Huntsham farm suckling pig, with verjus caramel and walnut butter.
This converted 17th Century rectory set in its own grounds makes for a romantic setting in which to enjoy award winning chef Alan Murchison's individual take on haute cuisine. The carefully sculpted dishes might include terrine of foie gras with smoked apple, grapes and sweet wine jelly.
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