Dining at Hambleton is a sophisticated occasion in stylish surroundings. We strive to make your experience memorable with informative advice on dishes and ingredients and wine recommendations by sommelier Dominique.
When Hambleton Hall was first imagined, Rutland was unheard of as destination for a luxury hotel break, despite its attractive market towns, sandstone houses, hunting and shooting pursuits. Inspired by Michel Guerard’s Les Prés d’Eugénie in France, Tim and Stefa Hart created a fine dining restaurant that delivered “exceptional cuisine worth a special journey” – the Michelin Guide’s description for its 3-star rating.
Now four decades later, and the proud owner of the UK’s longest-retained Michelin star, the Dining Room at Hambleton Hall is the main draw for discerning guests with an appetite for British cuisine delivered with flair.
The dress code, allergy advice and access information can be viewed here.