Woodborough Hall has celebrated it’s first anniversary of re-opening under new ownership.
The celebrations on November 10 marked a year of celebrations, weddings, baby showers, parties, wakes, business meetings and events following a complete refurbishment that brought the historic Grade II* Listed building back to life.
Jenny Dickie, Director and General Manager said “It has been a challenge, but after a lot of hard work, we have been so delighted with the response from our customers and their numerous five-star reviews.
“This resulted in recent further recognition when Trip Advisor gave us their Travellers Choice Award – putting us in the top 10% of restaurants worldwide.
“Whilst delighted with the success of our first year, we will not rest on our laurels and it is our intention to continue to make each visit special and memorable, and we look forward to welcoming returning and new visitors in the coming year”.
The building, owned and operated by Kidd Hospitality can trace its origins back to the seventh century and has an illustrious past with links to William the Conqueror, Mansfield Parkyns and Sir George Mansfield Smith-Cummings, the first head of MI6.
Woodborough Hall is now open daily with coffee, drinks and light lunch available and the Afternoon tea experience in particular has been very popular over the past year.
There is also evening dining on Friday and Saturday evening available with an imaginative a la carte menu featuring local produce matched by a carefully selected wine list.
There are also five refurbished bedrooms available for an overnight stay for those who want to extend their visit.
Further information about Woodborough Hall including contact details can be found on the Woodborough Hall website HERE.