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“Very Enjoyable Lunch”

Beagle Bar & Brasserie at The Manor House Hotel
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: British
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Description: The Beagle Bar is the people’s local, where friends gather, colleagues come to unwind, the community mingle and guests enjoy an informal bite to eat or a pre-dinner drink. Everybody’s welcome to relax with a wide selection of in-house signature cocktails, homemade infused spirits as well as a sumptuous collection of fine wine, and local ales and ciders. Feel right at home in the warm and welcoming ambiance and immerse yourself in the homely décor offering comfort throughout. Our brasserie is the perfect place to indulge in an informal bite from dishes on our seasonal menus any day of the week. Picture exposed fireplaces filled with logs, secluded alcoves with views looking out to the beautiful gardens and cushioned wicker chairs offering a comfortable seat to dine. Our light, airy conservatory is both relaxing with a sophisticated style that when blended together brings a refreshing ambiance to alfresco-themed dining. On a midsummer’s night, sit out on the courtyard patio and enjoy a truly unique dining experience amidst the beauty of our English country garden.
Reviewed 18 May 2014

I visited The Manor House Hotel for lunch - there were 3 of us in the party. We could not have asked for a better setting. The weather was glorious and so a table in the well kept garden was a perfect choice for a hot day.
We took advantage of the 2 course lunch offer and were well pleased.
Starters included oriental beef and chicken and pancetta salad.
Main courses were Pork loin (very succulent), Risotto and baked sea trout. All were very enjoyable.
Service was excellent and staff very friendly.
We would definitely return.

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1  Thank Angel6855
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Reviewed 5 May 2014

We ate in the restaurant (not the brasserie) on Saturday night. We arrived at 7:15 for a table at 7:30. We were seated at 7:45 (having had pre-dinner drinks and ordering our meals at about 7:30). The first course arrived at 8:30 - having had to enquire where it was. My 3 small scallops looked lost on the slate upon which they were presented and the accompanying black-pudding crumb and coral dust was irrelevant. My main course was a pork cooked three ways. The very salty jus overwhelmed the dish and meant it had no variety of flavour. The desert was the highlight (thank goodness!). Interestingly, the neighbouring table had to send all their main meals back as the meat was overcooked. Service was inattentive and formulaic. It may be that the function (wedding?) elsewhere in the hotel was stretching the kitchen too far. When leaving, we saw what was being served in the brasserie and wished we had chosen to eat there instead.

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Thank David W
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Reviewed 6 April 2014

Just popped in with my Wife for a light lunch i.e. a large starter and a drink. Crayfish and prawn on rye bread with a rocket salad and smoked salmon. Both fresh and really well prepared. We had the cheese board afterwards and this again was prepared with great care and featured homemade relish.

The icing on the cake was the pint of real ale which I am ashamed to say I don't know the name of, but it was easily one of the best I have tasted, in great condition, served at exactly the right temperature with a lingering head.

Not exactly a 'Boozer' but great for a civilised drink an light lunch.

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Thank Bomb_bay
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Reviewed 7 March 2014

We arrived on spec., no reservation and were delighted to be found a table. Main restaurant not open, meal served in conservatory, in a walkway. Food good, however, they never quite get it right. Vegetarian option was a delicious tart served on a very hot plate along with the salad which was wilted and uninteresting. When this was mentioned to the waitress, she was also uninterested. How difficult is it to serve a salad on a side dish? We live locally, and have often tried the Manor House, but have regrettably always been da little disappointed. We have stayed and eaten at The Hare & Hounds (a sister hotel) at Westonbirt on numerous occasions where the restaurant is first class - shame about Moreton. There are many good restaurants around Moreton thankfully.

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Thank CoffeeConnoisseur100
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Reviewed 1 March 2014 via mobile

Stayed at this hotel for two nights as my son's wedding was held there. What an ideal setting for the occasion. The hotel was absolutely wonderful, the food was excellent and the staff were very friendly, helpful and couldn't do enough for you. We would certainly stay at this hotel again and have already recommended it to our friends.

1  Thank NigelR537
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