Experience Cotswolds fine dining in your choice of restaurant. Atrium at Lords of the Manor or The Dining Room.
2019 was an exciting year at Lords of the Manor. Already an established culinary destination and a much sought-after fine dining Cotswolds restaurant, we now offer two restaurants at Lords of the Manor.
Atrium at Lords of the Manor is our tasting menu based, fine-dining restaurant. Standards are impeccable and this is where Head Chef, Charles Smith, works to develop the 3 AA Rosette, Good Food Guide listed cutting edge of cuisine in the Cotswolds. With just 14 covers, this is one of the most sought after dining bookings in Gloucestershire.
Lords of the Manor has been listed in the Sunday Times’ Top 100 restaurants in Britain, and named as one of the Top 20 Most Romantic Dining Rooms by The Times.
Under Head Chef Charles Smith and his dedicated brigade, it’s clear that the passion and creativity of the kitchen truly forms the heart and soul of the hotel. Charles’ career is described by The Good Food Guide as ‘of the blessed’ due to his stints at Thomas Keller’s Per Se (New York) and Alyn Williams’ The Westbury. Indulge in exquisite dishes that utilise Chef’s passion for sourcing the best producers. The cuisine combines French influence and Cotswold terroir, there’s no competition when it comes to our restaurant in the Cotswolds.
Looking out over our private walled garden, The Dining Room is the perfect complement to Atrium at Lords of the Manor, presenting a choice for guests staying for more than one night – or calling in for a weekend lunch. The à la carte menu and ambiance are relaxing, with lighter options served in a room that is everything that a good restaurant in the Cotswolds should be. Incidentally we’re now open on Saturday and Sunday for lunch.
Enjoy pre-dinner drinks and canapés in the bar or drawing room, before letting our expert team of waiting staff take care of you. Hundreds of wine bins are carefully stored in the Lords’ 17th-century cellars – our Sommelier would be delighted to show you around.
‘Dining at Lords’ is a beautifully paced piece of theatre; beginning perhaps with a walk through out 8 acres of gardens, pre-dinner drinks and canapés in the bar or drawing room. We’re certain that you haven’t experienced anything like dining at Lords of the Manor. But don’t just take our word for it – visit one of our restaurants and experience it for yourself.
Atrium at Lords of the Manor: Open Wednesday to
Sunday, 6.45pm and 7.45pm sittings.
The Dining Room: Open daily from 6.30pm – 9pm
Also open for a weekend lunch, including a traditional Sunday lunch served between
12.30pm to 2pm
Bar and Terrace: Menu daily.
Afternoon Tea: Monday-Friday from 12pm, Saturday- Sunday from 3pm. Booking recommended.