The Beagle Brasserie:
Lunch: 12 – 2:30pm
Dinner: 7:00pm – 9.30pm
The Mulberry Restaurant:
Sunday Lunch: 12 – 2:30pm
Dinner: 7:00pm – 9.30pm (Due to the Menu restrictions, Children under the age of 8 are not allowed)
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
About The Manor House Hotel
The Mulberry Restaurant: (Due to the Menu restrictions, Children under the age of 8 are not allowed)
A food lover’s dream and a wine connoisseurs gold mine – a dining experience at our 2 AA Rosette Cotswolds restaurant is a truly special affair. Its name pays tribute to the 300-year-old mulberry tree that still stands proud in the courtyard today having thrived alongside us through history. Returning to bloom each year, it brings with it another batch of delicious fruits chef uses to make our famous mulberry jam. Served to you at breakfast and infused in one of signature cocktails at dinner, our history blends together with the relaxed sophistication of its new surroundings to create the warm, unpretentious and welcoming ambiance you’ll find here. Chef has created a collection of exceptional seasonal menus that celebrate the vast array of local Cotswold produce available on our doorstep. The eight-course tasting menu with matching wines is one to not to be missed. With chef’s creative eye for flavour and skilful technique immersed with an encyclopaedia knowledge on wine, if you had to choose your last supper, this would be it. Whether you’re dining with friends, gathering the family together or on a romantic dinner for two, with views overlooking our secret walled garden, The Mulberry Restaurant is one to mark every occasion.
The Beagle Brasserie:
Our brasserie is the perfect place to indulge in an informal bite from dishes on our seasonal menus any day of the week. Picture exposed fireplaces filled with logs, secluded alcoves with views looking out to the beautiful gardens and cushioned wicker chairs offering a comfortable seat to dine. Our light, airy conservatory is both relaxing with a sophisticated style that when blended together brings a refreshing ambiance to alfresco-themed dining. On a midsummer’s night, sit out on the courtyard patio and enjoy a truly unique dining experience amidst the beauty of our English country garden.
We have stayed many times. This time unfortunately we were offered turn down service which we didnt receive and never slept as floorboards so noisy, someone on the room above us must of been up hourly.
Thought the Eight Course Tasting Menu was very well thought out with ingredients that matched perfectly, wine pairing was superb, each wine enhancing each course perfectly
Lovely menu - generous portion sizes - friendly service
Have been coming here for years and always had a feat experience.
Had a lovely two day indulgent break with my partner. The hotel staff are very attentive. The food is fantastic and the hotel sumptuous with great art work. Many of the rooms require access through narrow stairs which could be limiting for visitors with mobility problems so best to let the hotel know in advance. We had an extremely good wholesome dinner the brassier and the next night more refined dining in the Restaurant. Would recommend this hotel.
Enjoyed our visit.
We had a great meal in the mulberry restaurant. Caroline the restaurant manager was extremely friendly and helpful. We only gave the restaurant a lower score for atmosphere as it was very quiet that night.
Due to the fact that the hotel was hosting a wedding function non wedding guests did not receive the full attention of the restaurant staff st breakfast on Sunday morning.
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay,superb attention to detail in our bedroom with luxurious furnishings. Polite and attentive staff who served our delicious dinner in the Mulberry Restaurant.
Top class stay.from the moment we arrived we were greated with friendly staff.room first class ,food excellent.as for the referb in lounge and bar it gave us both a relaxing break.see you all soon.
Excellent hotel in perfect location.
Very helpful staff: very comfortable hotel: we have visited before and enjoyed our sta6.
Excellent birthday meal for my wife, we had the taster menu with accompanying wines which was all fantastic and friendly professional service.
staff were friendly & welcoming. The hotel manager was lovely; very friendly & approachable. Our room was very nice, clean & well furnished. The only disappointment was the Mulberry Restaurant. The food at times fell below standard & the quality of food unacceptable. For example one evening my mother had the beef as a main course, it was so tough it was inedible. Another evening I had the duck for a starter which looked unappetising and tasted unpleasant. The soufflé for dessert looked very pretty on the plate when it arrived, but as soon as the spoon went into it a grey & watery uncooked looking mixture was revealed. which was horrible! A complaint to highlight this was mentioned to a waitress who appeared not to know what to do with this information. We decided not to mention our further issues with the food. It was a shame because its a really attractive looking restaurant in the evening; spoiled by poor cooking. We last came to the hotel around 18 months ago. I wonder if you now have a different chef since then?
Es maravillosa la adaptación de esta antigua casa o mansión a tiempos modernos sin perder el encanto y el ambiente acogedor.
Food and dining service 5 stars. The rest of the hotel was a little dated and tired. Staff were excellent however. I probably will not return
We married at the manor so decided to Come here to celebrate our 1 year wedding anniversary. Was a lovely meal and will definitely be returning.
Lovely dining experience and superb food.
Thank you for making us feel so welcome this was an early birthday celebration for my mum who sadly has terminal cancer and we wanted to make her weekend special. You certainly did that for us with a fantastic afternoon tea in beautiful surroundings Thank you so much!
The meal experience was wonderful, great caring service, lovely surroundings and pleasant ambiance. The food was a lovely mix of flavours and textures over a delicious series of courses.
Having been regular visitors to the Mulberry Restaurant for well over six or seven years, my husband and I were very disappointed by our visit on Sunday. Despite the efforts of the waitress after pointing out that our meal was lukewarm, the quality of the food was no where near that of past dining experiences in the restaurant. I understand the Restaurant Manager has changed, and it appears that the previous chef may also have moved on, because the standard of food served, both in the way it was presented and the taste, would now make their acclaimed 2 AA Rosette award questionable. We likened the experience to visiting a local pub with posh tables, Sunday Roast was piled on a tepid plate, with roast potatoes that tasted old, lukewarm vegetables (the beans which were only half cooked) and then smothered in gravy. A dish of overcooked mushed up cauliflower cheese turned up half cold - which looked as if it has been served several times already. I chose Eton Mess for a dessert, and it was served in a small wine glass, very neatly layered meringue with a dollop of cream, black currant? juice squirted in layers with half a strawberry on top.. when has Eton Mess ever been neatly arranged in a wine glass? Wind back the clock 18 months, and in comparison, the lunch was a refined experience, served piping hot, with a vegetable selection in a side dish, a separate tasty cauliflower cheese and a small jug of the tastiest meat jus to add to your meal as you wished and it tasted divine! Desserts always tasted amazing and served in the most sophisticated way. So unfortunately in summary, very disappointing - whilst the prices have increased, the standard of food has most definitely nose-dived. I would agree that the narrative "About the Manor House Hotel" was once true however, I cannot see how they can lay claim that the same is still true. Although the price of the mains was taken off our bill, we so wanted an enjoyable lunch and were more than happy to pay for exactly that. We chose to eat at The Manor based on past experiences, however after our last couple of lunches there, we will not be in any hurry to return - there are too many other competitors offering quality food nearby.
Delightful stay once again, cannot criticise in any way.
Very friendly service and great ambience in the attractive Mulberry Restaurant. We went for the four course dinner menu (three courses plus a couple of amuse-bouches.) Presentation was very good but the food didn’t quite hit the mark. The pidgeon and tortellini starters were very good. I enjoyed my beef main although it was lacking in jus. My friend’s belly pork was a bit dry and bland. The rhubarb and ginger pudding also needed something like ice cream as it too was a little dry,
Fantastic venue, with wonderful food and wine selection. Well worth a visit!
The quality of the food was very disappointing. Beef was tough, the belly of pork dry. The portion size on the trio of mackerel was insulting and the soufflé pudding was made from a batter mix and not by the traditional method. Our dinner was poor! However the setting and especially the staff were excellent. I suggest you change your butcher and employ a chef on Wednesday nights.