Set in beautifully maintained grounds overlooking Rutland Water, Hambleton Hall is a country house hotel to make you swoon. An extensive kitchen garden supplies herbs and vegetables for award winning chef Aaron Patterson's seasonal menu. Delicately flavoured Pyrenean lamb might come three ways: poached shoulder, roast loin and braised leg served with the liver, kidneys and baby carrots and turnips from the garden. A generous array of puds including soufflés, sorbets and savarins make up the unmissable assiette of desserts. In Autumn the kitchen excels in serving locally shot game. The award-winning wine list is a delight at all levels.
Where is Hambleton Hall located?
Set within the grounds of Hambleton Hall, perched high atop the Hambleton peninsular and overlooks a magnificent body of water and within 17 acres of grounds and gardens, means plenty to explore!
What cuisine is on offer at Hambleton Hall?
Exceptional wining and dining are offered at the award-winning Hambleton Hall restaurant. The Michelin star chef, and his professional team, work with incredible ingredients to create dishes with a clear seasonal choice along with local produce where possible.
What makes a meal at Hambleton Hall unique?
Hambleton Hall has the longest retained star in the UK, having held its Michelin Star since 1982. Tim and Stefa Hart's gastronomy haven is conveniently situated overlooking Rutland Water and is a treat for the senses. Lovingly crafted antiques are mixed in opulent furnishings to create a cosy and luxurious bolthole just two and a half hours from London. South-facing gardens and parterre are the pleasure all year round, wile open fires warm up the house indoors in the winter.