Rich in both history and beauty, the Mercure Bolton Georgian House Hotel features the charming Brasserie restaurant, which serves a plethora of international delights.
Situated in the scenic Lancashire country, the Mercure Bolton Georgian House Hotel boasts gorgeous surroundings, with enchanting English rose gardens around the former Georgian manor house and views overlooking the West Pennine Moors.
The tastecard discount is available throughout the week, including Friday and Saturday, which means diners can treat themselves and a friend or partner to some great internationally inspired dishes virtually any time they want.
There are plenty of starters, to be enjoyed as both individual and sharing plates, to whet the appetite, such as the Mercure Chef’s Signature Goat’s Cheese Bon Bons. Among many exquisite main courses, vegetarians, or those seeking healthy alternatives to the heartier dishes, will adore the scrumptious Moroccan spiced vegetable and chickpea tagine, complete with basil scented couscous, or the Superfood Salad, a rich ensemble of quinoa, mini falafel, pumpkin and sunflower seeds and drizzled with a lemon dressing, which is also available with a seared butterfly chicken breast or salmon fillet.
On the other hand, the ravenous carnivores are spoilt for choice with a diverse selection of burgers, home favourites and steaks, all of which are sourced from farmers that are members of the Traditional Beef Club, meaning that their cattle are all grass fed and British. As well as the exemplary steaks some of the noteworthy choices for a brilliant meal are the roasted lamb rump, paired with herb crushed new potatoes and a red wine jus, and the Mercure Chef’s Signature Seared Sea Bream Fillet, served with vegetable ribbons and coriander salsa.
Close to the Horwich Parkway station, the M61 and the A6, the Mercure Bolton Georgian House Hotel is easily accessible via both train and car. The Macron Stadium is but a mile away while Bolton town centre is five miles away, making the Brasserie restaurant a great spot for some respite amongst the rich countryside when guests get tired of the hectic city surroundings.