Artists Corner Restaurant

Our Breakfast room open 7.30am to 9.30am weekdays and 8am to 10am weekends

The Restaurant is Open daily  6.30pm to 8.30pm

(Sunday and Monday Evening the Restaurant is closed)

Open to residents and non-residents 

Call now to book your table 01629 580440 or click here to submit your enquiry via e-mail.

Looking out through the stained glass lead windows at the beautiful surroundings our modern stylish restaurant offers a perfect place to enjoy a fabulous meal. Whether you are a guest of the hotel or simply passing by. (opening times Tuesday to Saturday evening for Dinner.) We are not open for Lunch except for Sunday Lunch but would gladly provide a weary traveller with coffee, tea or a drink from the bar with a sandwich in a comfortable Lounge over looking the High Tor (rock) 

Our chef is constantly altering the menu to match the best seasonal produce to offer fantastic full of flavour dishes. We believe in sourcing where possible high quality local ingredients to ensure our food is always as fresh as it can be, which our customers say shines through into the food. We offer a wide range of beautifully presented homemade dishes to suit all tastes from light starters to excite the pallet, modern twists on classic dishes or deliciously indulgent deserts. Should you have any special dietary requirements or allergies please let us know as we are more than willing to accommodate this for you.

Our Italian wine list allows us to offer our diners a perfect wine to compliment any dish served to create a fine dining experience. Our attentive waiters are always on hand to provide impeccable service and ensure you have the best possible dining experience with us.



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