Northcote – or Northcote Manor as it was once called – has long been celebrated as probably the best restaurant in the North West. Indeed, it’s the only North Western restaurant-with-rooms (excluding the Lakes, obviously) with a real reputation outside the region.
After a year or renovations, the dining room has just been given an entirely new look, complete with custom-made chandelier, banquette seating and silk-clad walls.
As is de rigueur nowadays, the manor house has added a Chef’s Table for group gatherings (where parties have their own dedicated waiter and sommelier). And there is now a ‘champagne courtyard’ for pre- or post- dinner drinks. Four more guest bedrooms have also been added.
As well as dining at the manor house, guests can also get a taste of what it’s like in the kitchen, at Northcote’s new cookery school. Classes include; focus on fish (5 June) and a BBQ masterclass (8 and 10 July) headed up by managing director Craig Bancroft. Prices range from £95-£250. To see the full schedule of courses visit the Northcote website.
Bookings: Robyn Loftus on 01254 240555 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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