Whether it is fine dining, a sumptuous afternoon tea or a fabulous cocktail in the evening, New Hall Hotel & Spa is the place to come. There are exquisite meals to be had at the Bridge Restaurant, which has been awarded 2 AA rosettes, or why not take afternoon tea in the Drawing Room and then move to the Terrace Bar for a cocktail or glass of Champagne? One of the private dining rooms can be set for that special gathering – or for a quick bite to eat after a workout enjoy a range of refreshments and lighter options from the Bridge Restaurant. Special menus have also been created just for children.
Where is New Hall Hotel & Spa located?
The New Hall Hotel, in the Birmingham area, is an elegant and beautiful fine example of late medieval architecture. It started its life as a manor-house built in the 13th century by the Warwick Earl as a hunting lodge, and it is today it is known as the oldest listed inhabited moated house in England.
What cuisine is on offer at New Hall Hotel & Spa?
A British menu of traditional cuisine enhanced to the finest ingredients with a contemporary touch. A seasonal varying menu means that the food that is served is not only sustainable, but also full of natural flavours, and new textures. Where possible the chef will source all of their ingredients from home grown suppliers.
What is the signature dish at New Hall Hotel & Spa?
Some firm favourites on the menu include seared South Coast scallops, wild wood pigeon and Welsh lamb pie.