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Nestled amidst beautiful gardens in the rural Cotswolds countryside, Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons is a gourmet hotel in Oxfordshire. Located in the picturesque village of Great Milton, this luxury hotel combines breathtaking surroundings with gastronomic excellence. The quaint streets of Oxford city centre are a 20-minute drive, whilst London Heathrow Airport is 60km away. Home to Raymond Blanc's Cookery School, one of Britain's finest culinary academies, this enchanting hotel offers French-inspired cuisine at the 2 Michelin-starred restaurant. Using only the best seasonal produce, freshly picked from the hotel's extensive vegetable and herb gardens, guests are invited to embark on an
All reviews tasting menu petit fours amuse bouche hens egg confit bread langoustines sorbet crab cheese board lamb raymond blanc special occasion vegetable garden wine flight pre lunch drinks an aperitif
Whatever we had heard about having lunch at Le Manoir - and it was all amazing - didn’t prepare us for the best experience ever. We were celebrating two significant birthdays with best friends - and it was sublime. To say more would be superfluous.
We booked here to celebrate the 70th birthdays of Eric and Dave. From the moment we arrived we were treated as if we were the only people there. All of the staff were exceptional including Lottie who talked us through our taster menu dinner. Nothing...was too much for the staff. The rooms were divine, the gardens exceptional, and dinner was sublime, every dish tickling our taste buds . The best experience ever, cannot wait to visit again. Thanks to all for your outstanding service.More
We visited for the first time to celebrate a retirement, the staff were all welcoming, friendly and informative, the food absolutely stunning each and every course and the petit fours to die for. After our lunch we had a walk in the gardens which were...also stunning with beautiful sculptures dotted around, all in all a fabulous day out, would definitely recommend many thanksMore
Beyond description! Absolutely superb in every respect…..service, room, food, ambiance, grounds. There’s no better place to celebrate a special occasion. The reception staff had remembered it was my wife’s special day, there was a signed card, a book gift and a chat with Raymond over...aperos. Worth robbing a bank for!More
Have been looking forward to going to Le Manoir for a long time. The visit beat all expectations! Needlessly to say, the food was excellent and the service/ambience were second to none. Special mention to Diana, our excellent server who explained all the courses so...well. We managed to arrive a little early, and were given a map so we could explore the amazing gardens beforehand. We are already looking forward to a return visit next year!More
An incredible place. Have always dreamt of going and booked for my 50th birthday.
We couldn't fault it. Super efficient but relaxed and friendly staff, food on a different level (will never be matched in my opinion). Bread, omg bread was amazing. Fantastic atmosphere, beautiful...setting. I had high expectations, and they were exceeded.
Perfection! Well done Raymond and team.More
Beautiful house in beautiful grounds.
The usual top quality food and service.
We are so pleased that Le Manoir has weathered the Covid storm and is once again a destination restaurant worth the 40 miles drive.
Where to celebrate our recent retirements, and our engagement earlier in the afternoon?
Our 7 course dinner did not disappoint, superb presentation and amazing flavour combinations at every course. As we had an extra celebration we chose the Prestige wine flight to accompany our meal,...all wines were perfectly matched and of course divine, particularly the two Burgundies.
Service is discrete,polite, supremely efficient service at all times.
Perhaps our future marriage will give us the opportunity to return?More
Shear perfection, from the lounge with pre-dinner cocktails & a chat with Monsieur Blanc, the beautiful restaurant & the 7 course tasting menu with clasique wine flight. Every new course produced a new ‘favourite’. The wait staff were knowledgeable, engaging & extremely welcoming. The food...was sublime & not at all pretentious. This is the 1st Michelin Star restaurant I have visited that provided salt & pepper on the table. Clearly the intention is that we enjoy the food, not bask in the chefs’ egos. The wine flight was superb, goodness knows what the the more expensive versions tasted like. Breakfast was equally magnificent. The home made granola was to die for & I’ve never seen such perfectly poached eggs. The Viennoiseries were works of art & melt in the mouth delicious with home made jam & marmalade. Even the bread selection was amazing. We’d already discovered this at dinner did not resit another opportunity to partake. It’s clear why M Blanc has retained 2 Michelin Stars for over 3 decades, what I find difficult to understand is why he hasn’t been awarded a third. By hook or by crook we will return to stay & dine at Le Manoir again.More
I recall our tasting menu was £150 pp - may have been 5 courses plus of course amuse vouches, petit fours, bread etc. You can go with wine by the glass if you want to keep costs down. £500 for two isn’t a bad estimate but... More
I recall our tasting menu was £150 pp - may have been 5 courses plus of course amuse vouches, petit fours, bread etc. You can go with wine by the glass if you want to keep costs down. £500 for two isn’t a bad estimate but you could easily spend £700 if you wanted to!