A new gastronomic hotspot – with fabulous bedrooms – that has already reached the stars: two Michelin ones to be precise. It’s the joint venture of Andy and Tracey Bell and Mark Birchall. The former are responsible for the transformation of the 16th-century Moor Hall into an opulent restaurant with rooms; Birchall, for nine years executive chef at L’Enclume, is the self-effacing culinary genius responsible for creating a temple of gastronomy à la mode. And what a temple. And how mode. You could put a baby to bed on the cushioned carpets in the huge, gorgeous bedrooms (think silver, glass, purple, white leather, satin), while the contemporary wood and glass dining room might easily transport you to Cape Town, Sydney or California. Mark’s food, served on local, specially-designed pottery, is nothing short of sensational, with wines to match. But that’s not all: the converted medieval barn is a showcase for local produce, with a brasserie-style restaurant above, and the fulsome walled kitchen garden a wonder to behold.
Take a stroll through our beautiful gardens, perhaps visit the lake or take a look at our kitchen garden where the freshest, seasonal produce is being grown for our dishes.
Try the 8-course menu along with wine pairing by our award winning Head Sommelier Alexandre for the full Moor Hall experience.
Treat your family and friends to a Moor Hall gift voucher available in monetary values and menu packages.