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Leading Aa Rosette Awards in the UK

The AA first started rating restaurants in 1955, when the first AA Rosettes were awarded. Since then the AA Guide has remained one of the most well respected and comprehensive guides in the UK, awarding a significant number of restaurants in the UK a coveted rosette. Included below are AA Rosette Awards in the UK, such as The Lifeboat Inn.

Leading Aa Rosette Awards in the UK

The AA first started rating restaurants in 1955, when the first AA Rosettes were awarded. Since then the AA Guide has remained one of the most well respected and comprehensive guides in the UK, awarding a significant number of restaurants in the UK a coveted rosette. Included below are AA Rosette Awards in the UK, such as The Lifeboat Inn.

The Lifeboat Inn

Ship Lane, Thornham

The history of The Lifeboat Inn goes back more than 500 years, and this hotel, restaurant and bar has been welcoming visitors for centuries. Set on the North Norfolk coast, once visitors step inside The Lifeboat Inn, the heritage of the place simply stands out.... more

The Wharf House

Over, Gloucester

The Wharf House is an AA rosette restaurant that prides itself on using great local produce to create a unique menu. The dishes represent a fantastic range of artistry and flavour, whilst changing seasonally. The cosy restaurant and waterside terrace offer the perfect setting to enjoy relaxed... more

Ettington Park

Alderminster, Stratford-upon-Avon

Over the years, the Oak Room Restaurant has built a strong reputation on word of mouth alone. Dine beneath the 18th century Rococo ceiling, take in the views across the Victorian Garden to the Norman Chapel and sample the chef’s mouth-watering creations. From fine dining to traditional afternoon... more

Hartwell House Hotel, Restaurant & Spa

Oxford Road, Aylesbury

Hartwell House is a Jacobean and Georgian Grade I listed stately home, owned by the National Trust. Thirty years ago, it was refurbished and opened as a hotel and restaurant, and ten years ago donated to the National Trust to secure its future. Famous for its afternoon tea (served daily in the... more

Milsoms

Stratford Road, Dedham, Colchester

Milsoms, in Dedham, has been open for some 18 years and consists of a lively bar and brasserie, along with 15 guest bedrooms. It's an ideal place to stay and discover this delightful part of East Anglia.... more

The Shibden Mill Inn

Shibden Mill Fold, Shibden, Halifax

There’s a choice of experiences at this charming 17th century inn. Downstairs in the cosy bar with its red painted walls and corner banquette, there’s an extensive menu that covers “grills” such as Gloucester Old Spot pork chop with sage mash, shallot sauce, “traditional” dishes including fish pie... more

The Royal Oak Inn

Pook Lane, East Lavant, Chichester

The Royal Oak is a true dining destination. Proud holders of 2 AA Rosettes, the menus change with the seasons and reflect the love of contemporary British food. The Royal Oak Inn is passionate about produce and sourced locally and from the countryside surroundings wherever possible, if you’d ever... more

The Punch Bowl Inn

Crosthwaite, Lyth Valley, Kendal

From its stone exterior, the Punch Bowl looks like a typical Lake District inn. Inside things are rather different. High-backed chocolate brown leather chairs, sparkling white linen and polished oak flooring give the dining room a decidedly modern feel. The menu adheres to the local/seasonal mantra,... more

Midsummer House

Midsummer Common, Cambridge

Midsummer common and the River Cam provide a serene setting for this converted Victorian villa. Ask for one of the well spaced, linen covered tables in the conservatory dining room and order the 10-13 course tasting menu to sample the latest of chef Daniel Clifford’s daring creations. Dishes include... more

Auberge du Lac

Brocket Hall Estate, Brocket Road, Welwyn

This converted hunting lodge on the banks of the Broadwater Lake in 543 acres of ancient parkland on the Brocket Hall Estate makes a romantic setting for acclaimed and talented young chef Marcus McGuinness dazzlingly modern and beautifully presented dishes. Set over four floors, Auberge du Lac... more

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