The ideal spot for relaxation near Carlisle, Greenhill Hotel offers a tranquil sanctuary for both hotel guests and hungry gourmets.
Set in a beautiful 19th Georgian mansion, Greenhill Hotel finds itself among nine acres of stunning parklands, and within the hotel the décor is just as rich as its surroundings.
Members visiting with their tastecard have two choices for where they’d like to dine at Greenhill Hotel, with both the restaurant and the Public Bar honouring some excellent discounts when guests call in advance an mention their card. Those looking for a less formal environment in which to simply enjoy some good drinks and great food should opt for the Public Bar.
Serving the same exquisite menu as the restaurant, guests can settle in, order a drink and peruse the menu, which is overflowing with a medley of mouth-watering contemporary Scottish dishes. Kick things off with one of the scrumptious starters, such as the delectable creamy garlic mushrooms, presented in a filo pastry basket, the refreshing local smoked salmon and chive salad, drizzled with a lemon vinaigrette and tossed with new potatoes, and the invigorating tropical fruits, complete with a strawberry liqueur and mango sorbet.
A diverse collection of irresistible dishes are available for the main course, all of which are utterly divine yet some are more bar setting appropriate, such as the quintessentially British fish and chips, the fish of the day deep fried in beer batter and partnered with mushy peas and a homemade tartare sauce, the hearty Mediterranean vegetable risotto, adorned with Parmesan shavings, and the monstrously meaty ensemble known as the Cumberland Grill, consisting of local black pudding, a gammon steak, lamb cutlet and Cumberland sausage with plenty of trimmings.
Perfect for those wanting to unwind, whether they’re visiting for business or pleasure, the Public Bar at Greenhill Hotel is truly a place where the focus is on delicious food and delightful times.
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available throughout December, on Bank Holidays or on Celebration Days including, but not limited to, Valentine's Day, Mothering Sunday, Father's Day, etc.