A stunning hotel built in the early 19th century, the Moor Hall Hotel simultaneously acts as an exquisite hotel, spa and dining destination.
Originally built in the 15th century simply as Moor Hall, the beautiful estate once frequently saw the likes of Henry VIII, until time took its toll on the location and had to be rebuilt in 1905, with intricate wood and stone works gaining the attention of architects from across the country.
This is merely a page of the rich history at Moorhall Hotel, all of which can be explored upon visiting for a delightful dining experience. The more informal of the restaurant options is the humble Country Kitchen Carvery, which serves guests with that oh so quintessentially British indulgence of a carvery bar, the likes of which can be enjoyed at an excellent price when members call in advance with a tastecard.
As expected, an array of roasted joints are matched with traditional trimmings and gravy, yet there are also the chef’s specials, which vary from delectable dishes such as fresh fish options and veggie friendly alternatives. Everything is partnered with an abundant selection of seasonal vegetables and potatoes, and each diner can begin with a wealth of fresh hors d’oeuvres and conclude with one of the heavenly desserts.
Owned for over 50 years by the Webb family, Moorhall Hotel has been in good hands for generations, ensuring both overnight guests and passing gourmets alike that they will receive an exemplary level of service upon visiting.