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Galton Blackiston’s well-known country house establishment has a gorgeous location, near the north Norfolk coast. Long known as a major culinary destination, it inspired no negative commentary last year, but rather very consistent praise for its “faultless” all-round performance. “The nightly menu is never the same but dictated by the available ingredients, and the preparation is exceptional”.
Galton Blackiston’s well-known country house establishment has a gorgeous location, near the north Norfolk coast. Long known as a major culinary destination, it inspired no negative commentary this year, but rather very consistent praise for its “faultless” all-round performance. “The nightly menu is never the same but dictated by the available ingredients, and the preparation is exceptional”.
A “magical” hideaway in rural Norfolk – Galton Blackiston’s “elegant” country house hotel, in a marvellous location near the coast, seemingly “just gets better and better”, delivering “very special” cuisine (“balanced, fresh, clean-tasting and flavoursome”), served in a single sitting nightly from “an immaculate, set seven-course menu that changes daily”. Many who report were staying over too, and certainly don’t tire of the experience of eating in: “four wonderful dinners over four consecutive nights that didn’t put a foot wrong”. “There’s a large wine list at all prices. Service is classy. It’s excellent in every way”.
“A different tasting menu every day matched with wines” adds up to “culinary heaven” at Galton Blackiston’s well-known country house hotel, near the coast, also praised for its “creative, seasonal approach” and “excellent execution”. Aside from the odd niggle about the inevitably high price, feedback is uniformly upbeat.
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Have you eaten at Morston Hall?
Morston Hall is a privately owned, intimate 4 Red Star country house hotel on the beautiful north Norfolk coastline.
Dating back to the 17th century, the house has been transformed by owners Galton and Tracy Blackiston over the past two decades with a collection of 13 guest rooms, beautiful gardens and Michelin-starred and 4 AA Rosette restaurant.
With miles of north Norfolk coastline to explore just a minute’s walk from the hotel, Morston Hall is a tranquil retreat from the daily hustle and bustle.
At the heart of Morston Hall is our award-winning restaurant serving a tasting menu that changes every evening and showcasing the finest seasonal produce our beautiful Norfolk coastline has to offer.
During the afternoons, while away the hours overlooking the gardens and indulge in our Champagne afternoon tea.
On Sundays, we welcome the whole family with our set Sunday lunch menu.
Whether joining us for dinner, Sunday lunch or afternoon tea, you are sure to have a memorable dining experience.
|Wine per bottle||£35.00|
Morston Hall Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Four beautifully presented, exquisite courses for Sunday lunch. £55 is expensive, but not alarming for the quality. The amuse-bouches are richly savoury and intense. The smoked salmon was the best we've ever tasted. Wine by the glass is one of the best aspects of the restaurant: a broad, judiciously chosen variety, at reasonable prices. Pommes Anna were exquisite; the carrots were exceptional. There are ample staff, and they are warm and knowledgeable. Excellent."
"Everything about the meal (and our overnight stay) was perfect."
Main Coast Rd, Morston, NR25 7AA
|Monday||7 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Tuesday||7 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Wednesday||7 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Thursday||7 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Friday||7 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Saturday||7 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Sunday||7 pm‑10:30 pm|