Top UK Hotel Restaurant Deals


Search our selection of outstanding gourmet hotel offers below and combine your fine-dining experience with a hotel stay for an indulgent culinary getaway. Whether you’re looking for hearty British cuisine using the finest local ingredients or Michelin-starred mastery, we’re found the crème de la crème of hotel restaurants.

Widbrook Grange Hotel
Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire

Widbrook Grange

£195 per person based on a two-night stay

The Kitchen at Widbrook Grange offers guests classic farmhouse cuisine with a welcome gastro twist. The hotel garden provides herbs and vegetables, with other fresh food sourced from local independent suppliers. Gin drinkers can indulge in the expansive tasting menu which features 150 gins and 14 tonics.

What’s included:

  • Two-night stay in a Classic Double Room
  • Full English breakfast each morning
  • £30 dinner allowance per person each evening
  • Gin afternoon tea for two on one day
  • Complimentary room upgrade (subject to availability)
  • Complimentary stay for one dog including dinner

Natalie Paris, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Once a model farm, set up in 1834 to encourage modern agricultural methods, this is now a small but gorgeous boutique hideaway with an indoor pool. Mix a relaxed atmosphere with a frankly enormous gin list and you also have somewhere that, despite its size, takes evening entertainment seriously.”

Book by August 30 for stays until August 31, 2019
Call: 0333 122 9655

Portscatho, Cornwall

The Arden

© Jake Eastham

£270 per person based on a two-night stay

Driftwood is situated within seven acres of grounds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the restaurant overlooks stunning sea vistas. Head chef Chris Eden obtained his first Michelin star in 2012 and is obsessive about sourcing the best produce that Cornwall has to offer. There are two tasting menus with dishes including line-caught cuttlefish, celeriac risotto and loin of fallow Flete Estate venison, as well as a set menu.

What’s included:

  • Two-night stay
  • Breakfast
  • Three-course dinner for two on one evening
  • Cream tea on one day
  • Chocolates on arrival

Natalie Millar-Partridge, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “The Driftwood is a laid-back coastal retreat set among stunning gardens overlooking a private beach with views across the Roseland Peninsula. It offers a memorable escape, combining Michelin-starred cuisine with quality service.”

Book by July 30 for stays until July 31, 2019
Call: 0330 162 7923

Merchants Manor
Falmouth, Cornwall

Merchants Manor

£69 per person based on a one-night stay

Merchants Manor’s three-AA-Rosette Rastella restaurant serves exquisite dishes created by the chef Hylton Espey using the finest ingredients the West Country has to offer. Guests can dine in the subtly lit dining room or in the bright conservatory with a sea view.

What’s included:

  • One-, two-, three- or four-night stay
  • Breakfast
  • Three-course dinner in the Rastella restaurant
  • Cream tea for two on the day of arrival
  • Complimentary use of spa and Technogym

Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Offering country house comfort and style by the seaside, Merchants Manor is a gloriously chic option for those looking to explore the myriad delights of Falmouth and South Cornwall. There is a strong focus on wellness, and guests can tuck into some truly excellent food at the three-AA-Rosette restaurant, Rastella.”

Book by July 31 for stays until November 31, 2019
Call: 0333 414 5510

The Gainsborough Bath Spa
Bath, Somerset

Gainsborough Bath Spa Hotel

£265 per person based on a two-night stay

Dan Moon’s restaurant at the prestigious Gainsborough Bath Spa Hotel is British and highly creative. The portions are generous, with many dishes revealed theatrically by smartly-dressed waiting staff, and the afternoon tea offering is first rate.

What’s included:

  • Two night stay in a luxury room
  • Lunch or dinner at Dan Moon’s restaurant
  • A welcome signature cocktail, servd at the bar
  • Complimentary minibar
  • Complimentary spa access
  • Complimentary room upgrade (subject to availability)

Fred Mawer, Telegraph Travel Somerset expert, says: “The Gainsborough’s unique selling point is its substantial Romanesque spa – the only hotel spa in Bath with access to the city’s natural thermal waters. Other enticements include the prime, central location, extremely comfy bedrooms, excellent, creative food and first-rate service.”

Book by July 31 for stays until August 31, 2019
Call: 0330 162 6327

Sudbury House
Faringdon, Oxfordshire

Carbis Bay

£159 per person based on a two-night stay

Sudbury House Hotel is a charming countryside retreat. Equidistant from Oxford and Swindon, the property is also in a great area for exploring the Cotswolds and North Wessex Downs. The onsite Restaurant 56, with three AA Rosettes, has been named Oxfordshire’s finest, exhibiting a modern British menu. There is also a handy Brasserie alternative, and breakfast is always a pleasure.

What’s included:

  • Two or three-night stay
  • Breakfast (served in bed if preferred)
  • Three-course dinner for two in the Magnolia Restaurant on the first evening
  • Prosecco and chocolates in your room on arrival
  • Complimentary afternoon tea for two (three-night stays only)
  • Complimentary newspaper
  • Late check-out until 1pm

Ben Lerwill, Telegraph Travel writer, says: ‘‘An independently-owned hotel with an award-winning fine dining restaurant, set on the outskirts of a historical market town. The property is made up of the house – an art-filled, Grade II-listed building – and a much larger, newer wing.”

Book by August 31 for stays until October 31, 2019
Call: 0330 037 1535

The Montagu Arms
New Forest, Hampshire

Montagu Arms


£120 per person based on a one-night stay

The exquisite AA-Rosette food matched with the timeless sophistication of style and décor creates an atmosphere of wonder. It’s hard to see why chef Matthew Tompkinson lost his coveted Michelin star in 2016 since local opinion is that the food at both the Terrace Restaurant and Monty’s has never been better. The two tasting menus, one a ‘Surprise’ five-course menu with matching wines, stand up well to scrutiny.

What’s included:

  • One- or two-night stay
  • Full New Forest Breakfast
  • Dinner each evening (two courses in the Terrace Restaurant or three courses at Monty’s Inn)
  • Half bottle of champagne and chocolates on arrival
  • Complimentary morning tea or coffe served in your room daily
  • Use of Careys Manor leisure facilities
  • 10% discount on treatments and hydrotherapy access at SenSpa
  • Late 12pm check-out

Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This smart village hotel makes a sophisticated and relaxing place to stay while exploring the New Forest, with the benefit of really good food, charming staff and a timeless atmosphere, with a décor that will appeal to young and old alike. Both formal and informal dining is on offer.”

Book by July 31 for stays until August 31, 2019
Call: 0330 029 6491

Lewtrenchard Manor
Okehampton, Devon

Lewtrenchard Manor

£199 per person based on a two-night stay

Silver-service dinner is served in a beautiful wood-panelled dining room that has a fine stucco ceiling, huge fireplace, mullion windows, swagged curtains and gilt-framed oil portraits of the house’s previous owners. The feel is formal and traditional, with reliably solid service and food to match. The hotel also offers a ‘chef’s table experience’ during which diners can watch dishes being prepared.

What’s included:

  • Two-night stay
  • Full breakfast daily
  • Three-course dinner for two on the first evening
  • Complimentary cream tea for two
  • Complimentary room upgrade (subject to availability)

Suzy Bennet, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A hotel for history lovers, this family-run manor house on the north-eastern fringe of Dartmoor National Park dates from 1626 has plenty of period features, including original coats of arms, wood- anelled drawing rooms, oil paintings, stucco ceilings and antique-filled rooms.”

Book by July 31 for stays until September 30, 2019
Call: 0330 037 1535

Old Downton Lodge
Ludlow, Shropshire

Manor House

£190 per person based on a two-night stay

A short drive from the historic town centre of Ludlow, the Old Downtown Lodge is home to an award-winning 4 AA Rosette restaurant with a menu that changes daily and a fine dining tasting menu experience (Tuesday through to Saturday nights, 6pm-9pm). Sommelier Alexios excels in guiding you through the flight of wines (£49), which accompany the intense flavours of dishes such as the fabulous Wagyu beef with snails and nettles and beetroot with chocolate and hibiscus.

What’s included:

  • Two- or three-night stay in a Superior double or twin room
  • £30 dinner allowance per person per night
  • Bottle of Gusbourne English sparkling wine on your first night

Sandra Shields, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Escapist, romantic, and tranquil: this is a place of quiet sophistication, where you can luxuriate in the calm of the Shropshire countryside. The unique collection of renovated barns and stables presents as a fine dining retreat of ten exclusive, individually-styled rooms.”

Book by August 03 for stays until September 30, 2019
Call: 0330 162 0420

Middleton Lodge

Whatley Manor

£180 per person based on a one-night stay

Much of Middleton Lodge’s culinary produce comes from the Kitchen Garden where you can find two and a half acres of apple, fig and peach trees, vegetabel plots and more, while a local farm with family connections supplies hand-reared beef and wild game. The intention is to continue the 3 AA Rosette quality food while becoming fully self sufficient.

What’s included:

  • One or two-night stay in a Standard room (upgrades available)
  • Breakfast daily
  • £30pp to be spent in either restaurant each night
  • Complimentary house cocktail
  • 15% off any spa treatment
  • Late check-out until midday

Tina Walswh, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Middleton Lodge is a rambling Georgian country estate offering sumptuous boutique accommodation and two wedding venues. Explore the grounds using the complimentary bikes, indulge in a treatment, and head to the 3-AA-Rosette Coach House for a fine-dining experience and a garden-to-fork ethos.”

Book by September 29 for stays until September 30, 2019
Call: 0330 162 7250

The Bear of Rodborough
Gloucestershire, Cotswolds

Bear of Rodborough

£134 per person based on a two-night stay

The Bear of Rodborough’s elegant Library restaurant serves sophisticated brasserie food such as roast guinea fowl with orange puree, and cod with lime foam and compressed fennel. Another delight is the extensive bar where locals pop in for a pint and walkers head for lunch. Here there is a particularly well conceived menu with tapas-like small plates, salads, sharing boards, handmade Scotch eggs, grills and more.

What’s included:

  • Two-night stay in a Country House room
  • Breakfast
  • Three-course dinner one evening
  • Cotswolds Cream Tea
  • Box of Hotel Chocolat in your room on arrival
  • Complimentary late check-out until noon

Harriet O’Brien, Telegraph Travel Cotswolds expert, says: “This old coaching inn is wonderfully set on a large swathe of common ground owned by the National Trust and grazed by arcadian-looking cattle. It’s stylishly comfy and charmingly rambling.”

Book by July 31 for stays until August 31, 2019
Call: 0330 162 5685

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