With a history dating back to 1881 and the longest-retained Michelin star in the country, experience the epitome of quintessential English country-house hotel.
Enjoy the sophisticated yet deeply comfortable classic interiors and 17 individually decorated bedrooms. Plus, each season brings its own joys here, wander the lakeside grounds in summer and drink wine by our roaring fires in winter.
We’ve held our Michelin star since 1982, consistently offering top-quality menus of contemporary English cooking, produced by our head chef Aaron Patterson and his team. Much of our produce is grown in the kitchen garden and bread is made at our own Hambleton Bakery. Gourmands can also enjoy exploring our extensive wine cellar on a tour led by our sommelier, Dominique.
Walk off all that fine food and drink on the Fisherman’s Track, a beautiful five-mile trail that runs from the hotel’s grounds around the Hambleton Peninsula. The south-facing terrace offers sublime views of the grounds and Rutland Water, or take a close look at The Parterre, our beautiful example of a formal garden.