Moorland Garden Hotel: The Perfect Summer Dining Experience

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Summer in Devon is beautiful. By the sea or out on the moors there is so much to see and do in this great County. With warm breezes sighing through the meadow grasses and dappled light falling through the trees, the Moorland Garden Hotel offers that breathing space that is so special.

If you are looking for a lunch, cream tea, afternoon tea or dinner, and wish to while away a few hours in greenery, dining on the Hotel’s terrace or in the grounds could provide you with a little break from the routine.

New this year, from June, the team at the Moorland Garden Hotel are introducing the ingenious concept of spirit paired dining. This is not something involving an Ouija board or an introduction to virtual dining… The clever team have paired an eclectic mix of spirits with some of their favourite dishes from the Restaurant’s dinner menu, some spirits arelocal, others are from a little further afield.

The drinks can be purchased individually oras a ‘flight’ of five, to include a pre and post dinner cocktail, these five drinks are from£23 per person. The spirits will take you from Barbados to Devon via the US, Scotland, South Western France and Cornwall. This

is a great opportunity to try something a little different, and could be a great addition to one of their bedroom offer such as Sleepy Summer where you can happily spend the night at the Hotel.

The Hotel is always a great place for something new. Looking ahead to August the team is hosting Wed. Eat. Party. This novel idea sees a Wedding Fair combined with a Food Festival to provide something for everyone.

A Groom who feels that there will not be anything of interest for him at a Wedding Fair will have no excuses with an array of food and drink stalls available plus music and even games to play. This event is free to enter with free car parking too.

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For more information about what this trend inspiring Hotel has to offer, call 01822 852245, head on over to their website www.moorlandgardenhotel.co.uk or e-mail them on stay@moorlandgardenhotel.co.uk

 

 

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