Offering a luxurious and relaxing break from the trials and tribulations of everyday life, The Holiday Inn in Shepperton can be found amidst 11 acres of idyllic greenery that is truly a sight for sore eyes. The beautiful, modern low-rise hotel is in close proximity to a number of the city’s attractions, including venues dedicated to sport in the World Rugby Museum and Twickenham Stadium, as well as Hampton Court Palace and Windsor Castle for the History buffs, making for a variety of clientele. The venue is also home to two superb dining settings in the Regatta Bar and Restaurant.
Enjoy a fabulous casual dining experience at the Regatta Lounge Bar at Holiday Inn Shepperton. For the diner on the go, the Deli options in the chic and modern setting are just the tonic, where the traditionally British fish finger sandwich – served in a posh-style using hand-battered Pollock goujons – can be found alongside the vegetarian alternative in the houmous and roasted red pepper number. Each are to be served on a choice of white or brown farmhouse loaf, ciabatta bread or a tortilla wrap.
For those looking for a little bit more indulgence, the Whitby wholetail scampi and the king-sized premium fish and chips provide a quintessentially British delight, whilst the homemade chicken, Chardonnay and pancetta pie is a wonderfully hearty dish. For the truly ravenous, there are a range of burgers available that are sure to meet the needs of the truly carnivorous – all stemming from the succulent gourmet burger – including the cheese, bacon and tomato salsa topped New Yorker and the Continental, which comes complete with pancetta, brie and caramelised onion. The Portobello mushroom and halloumi and the Pomodoro taglietelle are just two of the mouth-watering choices for those averse to all things meat.
Complete the meal in style with one of their sublime desserts, from Britain’s favourite pudding – the trifle – served Pimm’s style, to the sweet and zesty summer pudding,
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available on Bank Holidays.