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Market Harborough, Leicestershire
Avatar Dining is a specialist Nepalese and Indian Restaurant in Market Harborough, Leicestershire where the emphasis is on authentic ingredients with creativity and skilled combination of flavours to consistently produce quite exquisite dishes.
Simon B said
Fantastic dinner, service and surroundings. We love it!
If you're travelling to the North West for an event, then choose the Bolton Whites Hotel. They have over 100 spacious rooms, 2 award winning restaurants, spa, gym and swimming pool. Plus, it's handily located close to major motorways, train stations and car parks. Perfect for visitors from around the UK
Lorraine M said
I was talking to the group leader from Moyne Villa boys and he said to thank you again for looking after them last weekend. He had the highest of praise for the hotel, the food and staff. So thanks a mil from me too.
If you live in The Cotswolds, or are just visiting, you really shouldn't miss Sophie's Restaurant - award winning family run French Restaurant in Minchinhampton in the heart of the Cotswolds. Fresh food, imaginatively cooked and presented and a host that knows just about everything about his food, his suppliers and his extensive wine list. Sophie's Resetaurant is a real find and one you will go back to again and again. The Best in Cotswold Restaurants!
Patricia L said
Always enjoy a meal at Sophie's. Yesterday we took Norwegian friends (currently on holiday and living in the US) there. One had a milk allergy which we warned Sophie about. The meal was wonderful; simple, delicious, fresh - all the things we look for. The wine was lovely (Mark sources the wines himself) and they really enjoyed it. IT was a real pleasure. Thank you to the team!
Wimbledon and Merton, South West London
Fine dining restaurants in Wimbledon and Merton. Four star fine dining in the renowned Cannizaro House Hotel on Wimbledon Common. Treat yourself to exquisite dining from our set menu or a la carte menu for lunch or dinner in elegant surroundings.
Alex H said
I have just returned from a Simply Spring lunch with my family - Not only did the sun shine today but the service and food shone too and was absolutely FAB! My elderly disabled parents were accomodated in style and said that they had a wonderful meal - Thank you Cannizaro House for making their day! We'll be back again soon and will highly recommend the Simply Spring Offer and Cannizaro House.
Egypt Mill Hotel and Restaurant in Nailsworth, near Stroud is a real gem of a Cotswolds Hotel & Restaurant that has to be seen to be fully appreciated. The perfect base from which to explore the Cotswolds. With great rooms and facilities Egypt Mill is an excellent conference centre or Wedding Venue with a real difference - starting with it's own, working, water wheel!
Fiona B said
Having known Egypt Mills since my childhood, it is such a joy to come back and see how it has changed so much. What a STUNNING VENUE with not only history and nostalgia but with an added twist of a contemporary feel within the bar, restaurant, event facilities and all 32 bedrooms. I can not recommend Egypt Mills more highly. Family friendly and staff that always welcome you with a smile & excellent service.
Charles Winfred Dunn, the previous owner of Stone Manor, bought the hotel from Franco D'anielo in 1984 and since then has developed and extended the country house hotel into the beautiful and imposing property it is today. The Original Stone Manor sat majestically amid the estate grounds for many years, dating back to the Doomsday Book, sadly this magnificent building was destroyed by fire. In 1926, James Culcheth Hill rebuilt Stone Manor as his private dwelling with many of the timber structures being re-sited from the last English "Man-of-War" fighting sail ship, the H.M.S Arethusa, to go in to battle. H.M.S Arethusa was built in 1849 at a cost of £97,000, a sum that would probably equate to around £5,000,000 today. In the late 1960's Stone Manor became a private members club and becoming the first premises to have a swimming pool in the borough brought with it many opportunities. In June 1970 Stone Manor became a Hotel and opened its doors to the public so other could enjoy its gardens, tennis court, swimming pool and restaurant. In the mid 1980's building work began extending the premises in to the magnificent building we see today.
Laura U said
A big thank you to Rob Elliot and the staff at Stone Manor. They treat you like royalty. Very highly recommended.