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Review Summary

8.4 based on 7 reviews
  • Food

  • Value

  • Ambiance

  • Service

    Really enjoyed the food at Woodborough Hall. The desserts were good but the starter and main were far better. The location and setting are beautiful, service is great. Portions were really big, even my husband was struggling. I would really recommend the afternoon tea. There is plenty of cake, the variety of it is really good too. Really enjoyed having tea in the orangery, beautiful setting. They were also very welcoming of our super active 1 year old.

    Disappointing food this time. Maybe there was a different chef on today but it seemed as though the food had been warmed for hours. Hard yorkshire puddings, overcooked and fatty meat. The toilets could do with a lick of paint.

    Beautiful food in an equally beautiful historical hall. Excellent Value for money, the food just kept on coming. We thought it was two courses for £22 but it was three courses with canapés, coffee and petit fours also. We had a lovely day out and will return very soon. Great service and relaxed atmosphere.

    We thought Woodborough Hall was excellent, one of the best restaurants we have been to. The staff were very friendly and most helpful.

    Food excellent, however, a bit expense.

    Well worth the visit, both food and service were very good. I highly recomend visiting in the warmer months when you can sit out in the garden for drinks and canapés.

    My return to Woodborough Hall was better than i remembered! The beef fillet was superb and situated in a beautiful village. A fantastic dining experience with excellent service, many thanks.

12pm-3:30pm and 7pm-10:30pm
12pm-3:30pm and 7pm-10:30pm
12pm-3:30pm and 7pm-10:30pm
12pm-3:30pm and 7pm-10:30pm
12pm-3:30pm and 7pm-10:30pm
12pm-3:30pm and 7pm-10:30pm
12pm-3:30pm (last orders 2:30pm)
  • Ranked #79 of 505
  • Avg. main course: £15
  • 4.33 miles from Woodborough Rd
  • British

We say…

A lovingly restored, tranquil and charming country estate, seasonal dishes and exciting menus, all at the idyllic Woodborough Hall.

Celebrated Head Chef Des Sweeney, who has worked as a Chef for the Royal Family at Buckingham Palace, expertly creates varied and exciting menus that delight the taste buds.

Seasonal dishes currently grace the menu made with fabulous local produce, including Goats Cheese from Skylark Hill in Cropwell Bishop and free-range animal produce from local farms.

If you are looking for a retreat from the hustle and bustle of city dining, a trip to Woodborough Hall is just what the doctor would prescribe.

last updated: 12 Apr 2019

last updated: 12 Apr 2019

last updated: 12 Apr 2019

last updated: 12 Apr 2019

last updated: 12 Apr 2019
1 Bank Hill, Woodborough, Nottingham, NG14 6EF
0115 965 4466