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.
Great food but had to go downstairs in a dressing gown to ask the office to keep the racket down! Soo noisy and obviously know guests are trying to sleep above. Most disappointed as paid for an extra special room as a gift!
Wonderfully relaxing stay at The Manor House. So comfortable and cosy in the library, excellent food in the Mulberry restaurant at breakfast and dinner. Overall a delightful winter break.
We always look forward to coming to the Manor House Hotel as it as such a welcoming and homely place to visit and we are never disappointed.
Stayed at Manor House Hotel many times and never disappointed. Great atmosphere, food and accommodation. Our room on this occasion was looking like a refurbishment would be beneficial but still cosy and welcoming. Look forward to returning.
Enjoyed 2 giod dinners in Beagle. Brasserie
We love staying here. A nice old inn with all the charm you’d expect but also the modern things you want. Great food as well and good service make this a must stay location
The atmosphere in the hotel was good with a professional service and good cuisine. A well worth visit.
Good service and good food efficiently served in a relaxing atmosphere
Excellent meal, very friendly staff. Only one slight criticism, we wanted wine by the glass as we were both eating very different food, we were almost at the end of the main course when the wine arrived. Otherwise a lovely, relaxing evening.
Really sorry to say that the food was pretty awful. My husband’s steak was tough and his peppercorn sauce was watery. My potatoes tasted old and the puff pastry wasn’t homemade. On the plus side, the fruit cocktail was lovely - very refreshing. However, overall it was really disappointing.
Beautiful hotel in a beautiful part of the UK. Fantastic you can take your dog as we did. Stayed in apple cottage as it was a special occasion which was amazing but was overpriced by £100-£150. Food was delicious, staff couldn’t do enough for you & we thoroughly enjoyed our stay thank you 😀
The evening stay was great. Manager on duty took our order, which we changed the haricot beans to green beans. When it came out they were on the plate and then we had to ask for green beans. We both tried the beans and tasted bland, not sure why they were there. Also had courgette and Parmesan which was soggy and not what I would expect from a 2 rosette restaurant. I told the waitress and nothing was said. We paid and then the manager followed me to tell me he had taken them of the bill. It was a quiet evening only about 16 people in the restaurant. I did say if the head chef was working and he said no as on hols but the sous chef should be more than capable tonight as we are very quiet. We did however have a lovely time there but only because you are asking for feed back I am giving it to you.
Two of our party arrived ahead of us and positioned themselves in the corner of the Beagle Bar. From there they observed a male member of the waiting staff approaching each other member of staff to discuss with them an issue he had been reprimanded about regarding parking at the front of the premises. Later, my wife who is lactose intolerant (which I registered when booking the table online) was discussing her food options with a female member of the waiting staff and specifically said that if for a certain dish the only way they would make it lactose free was to substitute the mashed potatoe then please let her know as my wife would chose s different option from the menu. There was no further feedback from the member of staff and when the meal was served the mashed potatoe had been replaced with boiled potatoes. Exactly what my wife was trying to avoid, especially as pjs in boiled potatoes are her pet hate (from having to eat many when she was young). On more than one occasion both my wife and myself tried to explain that my wife’s wishes had been ignored and all the member of staff could do was to say that she thought my wife had said something else and miss understood. The basic requirement of waiting staff is for them to understand what is being requested by your customers. There was no ‘genuine’ apology and we left feeling that your member of staff could easily make the same mistake again in the future. It was like her mind was elsewhere and not on her responsibilities with your customers. My wife absolutely hates making a fuss or having to over explain her dietary needs (forced on her by health not choice) and as a result I doubt we will be eating in your establishment again despite the fact that we love the location, decor etc. The fact that we travelled over two hours to visit your premises does not make us unlikely to be in a Moreton-in-Marsh regularly in the future as my sister moved there a year or so ago. A very disappointing incident on the whole and nothing like the ease of how we had dined at 1 Aldwych a few days earlier on Christmas Day.
Overall the dining was very good, although the Brasserie to was not very warm
Thoroughly enjoyed our two night stay at The Manor House food in both restaurants was excellent.
As always great food and great service.
Disappointed having the same dinner menu on the 2 nights of our stay!
Lovely. Food was very tasty - and was just the right amount. Also - the choice of veg - ratatouille and haricots verts was original. Made a pleasant change.
Excellent food and cheerful friendly service.
Have visited twice in the last week the meal on the 12th was much better and the service was faultless,the meal on the 18th was good apart from Husband having to wait a long while for a gluten free roll.Another of our party had a long wait for his fish and chips when everyone else had their meals not good with something as simple as fish and chips. Its was a very dissapointing considering the price.
Our stay was an oasis of calm and luxury just before Christmas. Thanks to all for making us feel special.
We have been visiting the hotel for the last 15 years and never had a bad experience. Thank you so much I look forward to our breaks at Cotswolds hotels
The hotel was lovely and warm on two cold days. It has large pleasant residents lounges both with proper fires. The menu bills the diner as 4 courses when it is really three - two amuse bouche do not qualify as a course. Such a good hotel does not need to oversell.. Parking is convenient Standard and taste of décor remains high We look out for your 'offers' which prompt us to keep returning
Perfect. Wonderful hotel Made to feel very welcome Excellent food
A lovely meal in a beautiful setting although the brasserie was a little chilly. The vegan menu was well received and the food tasty.