The beautifully restored restaurant, Fletchers, sits within the Queen Anne wing of the Hall and is the perfect place to enjoy sophisticated, casual, all-day dining set in a relaxed atmosphere.
Combining traditional oak panelling with historic fireplaces, it is a place to admire the tranquil parkland setting.
Bookings are essential for dining and Fletchers Restaurant welcomes both hotel residents and non-residents.
For more intimate affairs, Fletchers Restaurant also offers two private dining areas: Brook and Parklands.
Brook sits central to the main Fletchers Restaurant and Parklands. Adorned in antique mirrors and artwork, it's the smaller of the two private dining areas and can seat up to 10 people.
Parklands is the larger of the two private dining areas and can seat up to 20 people. Similar to Fletchers Restaurant, the room is complete with original oak panelling.
Where is Fletchers Restaurant located?
Fletchers restaurant is situated within the main hall of Grantley Hall.
Guests are recommended to arrive via the East Lodge Gatehouse, following the meandering river Skell, leading to the reception where you will be greeted by the concierge team.
What cuisine is on offer at Fletchers Restaurant?
2 AA Rosette award-winning restaurant, Fletchers, offers exquisite British and European style dining with a Brasserie feel.
The A La Carte menu runs for all-day dining, with all dishes cooked to order based on the best seasonal ingredients available.
What is the signature dish at Fletchers Restaurant?
The Fillet of Beef Wellington (for two) is a very popular dish and one that is regularly mentioned and praised by diners of Fletchers restaurant. The tender beef, wrapped in mushroom duxelles & puff pastry, roasted roots, Lyonnaise potatoes, red wine jus, is simply divine.
What makes a meal at Fletchers Restaurant unique?
The team, both front of house and back of house kitchen teams, are friendly yet professional, and very knowledgable should guests have any special requirements.