Goldsborough Hall

To coincide with the refurbishment of the historic 400 yr old Dining Room at Goldsborough Hall, an unannounced visit from the AA inspector has awarded Goldsborough their 2nd AA rosette for culinary excellence, with some dishes worthy of a 3rd.

Owner Mark Oglesby said, “I am delighted that the AA has considered us worthy of our second rosette and for it to be awarded just as we’ve completed the refurbishment of the dining room is perfect timing. The hall has such an important history that it is great to be able to share it with visitors. We have held AA 5 gold stars for accommodation since we first started and have been chasing this second dining rosette for some time, so congratulations should go to our brilliant Head Chef Adam Thur and the innovation he’s brought to the Dining Room. It’s fantastic that he has taken Goldsborough to another level.”

Adam joined Goldsborough Hall 8 months ago as their Executive Chef.  His style of cooking is modern British, using seasonal ingredients in a highly creative yet simple style.  His ambitious future for the kitchen runs alongside the building of a new 1200sq ft greenhouse in which to cultivate more home-grown, organic produce on-site.  The Goldsborough story is ever-evolving as their quest for excellence, flair and imagination continues.

To celebrate the completion of the dining room restoration we will be offering a complimentary bottle of wine with your dinner reservation for two or more guests.  Pre-booking is essential using the Offer Code: THE TELEGRAPH valid until 31st March 2018.

The private, royal stately home located near Harrogate and Knaresborough also offers visitors wishing to book a table the ability to stay the night on their gourmet dine and stay offer, please visit their website or call the team on 01423 867321 to find out more.

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