Fischer’s at Baslow Hall
An Edwardian homage to 17th-century style, this beautiful manor house with rich Jacobean-inspired interiors is run as a luxury hotel with fine-dining restaurant. More
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An Edwardian homage to 17th-century style, this beautiful manor house with rich Jacobean-inspired interiors is run as a luxury hotel with fine-dining restaurant. House bedrooms have fine antique furniture, views to the Derbyshire Dales or over beautiful, well-tended gardens and arboretum. Annexe rooms in their own walled garden have a more contemporary look. Four, on the ground floor, have a bath and walk-in shower. All have an espresso machine, handmade biscuits and luxury toiletries. Readers on a return visit had a house room and, ‘while we were very comfortable, we missed the spaciousness of the garden rooms’. New head chef Adam Thackeray’s menus, for omnivores and vegetarians, make creative use of local, home-grown ingredients, in dishes such as sirloin of Baslow beef, oxtail ravioli, hen of the woods and chard; halibut, Chinese artichoke and sea aster; salt-baked beetroot, horseradish, yoghurt and beetroot balsamic. Tasting menus are available as well as the à la carte menu for dinner from Wednesday to Sunday. Activities include fly-fishing, foraging events and ‘Meet the Maker’ days. (J and KP)
11. 5 in Garden House, 4 on ground floor.
all year except 25/26 Dec, restaurant closed Mon, Tues, Wed (open 27th 28th Dec).
lounge/bar, main dining room (vegetarian menu), drawing room, wine room, function facilities, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 5-acre grounds, restaurant and lounge wheelchair accessible.
in bar/lounge and dining rooms.
all ages welcomed, cots £10 per stay, no under-8s in restaurant.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £227. Set-price 4/5-course menu £81.95, tasting menu £115.
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