It’s set to be a wonderful weekend weather wise so make the most of our beautiful countryside, exquisite properties and delicious dining! Here for you is our pick of four outstanding Hotels with fabulous terraces for you to relax and enjoy incredible views while indulging in sumptuous fayre this weekend.
Let Them Eat Cake – South Lodge Hotel, Horsham West Sussex
Overlooking acres of Sussex Downs, pretty golden stone is complemented by scented flower pots and blooming terrace gardens presenting superb dining with dramatic views. The Camellia Restaurant is enhanced with a gorgeous formal outside dining area, with stylish shade and subtle lighting to ensure you don’t end up with red cheeks this bank holiday!
Splendid Tudor Backdrop – Great Fosters Hotel, Egham, Surrey
The delightful terrace at Great Fosters is the perfect place to enjoy a traditional BBQ lunch from the Josper Grill installed in the new Estate Grill restaurant. Wander through the secret gardens and the sunken rose garden and brave a walk across the Japanese bridge.
Quintessentially English Views – Danesfield House, Marlow-on-Thames Buckinghamshire
Danesfield is favourite of DR Sales Manager, Paula, and will definitely provide the most stunning backdrop to your sundowner this bank holiday. Enjoy unparalleled views cross the Thames which you can continue to drink in within the light and airy space of The Orangery restaurant.
British Springtime At It’s Undeniable Best – Coworth Park, Ascot, Surrey
The magnificent grounds are a joy to explore – on foot or horseback! Once you have worked up an appetite retreat to The Barn. Serving delectable comfort food throughout the day, the rustic charm of The Barn includes a first floor bar with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. And with stone floors throughout you’re more than welcome to keep your muddy boots on.
Design Restaurant Dining Club membership benefits are available at all of the above properties during this bank holiday (selected times). Not a member? Join here to enjoy unrivalled privileges this bank holiday.