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The Dining Room at Washingborough Hall

Website: www.washingboroughhall.com

Email: enquiries@washingboroughhall.com

Telephone: 01522 790 340

Address: Washingborough Hall Hotel, Church Hill, Washingborough, Lincolnshire, LN4 1BE

The Dining Room at Washingborough Hall

About The Dining Room at Washingborough Hall


Situated in the quaint village of Washingborough, The Dining Room at Washingborough Hall is a classic fine dining restaurant with two AA rosettes offering exquisite cooking with superb service in a luxurious setting.

Headed up by award-winning joint head-chefs Mark Cheseldine and Anthony Smith. They are passionate about using high-quality, fresh, and locally sourced ingredients from the farms and fields of Lincolnshire to bring a taste of the county to your plate.

Dinner is served in the elegant, Georgian ‘Sibthorpe’ Room each evening: à la carte with a delicious selection of British seasonal dishes. Enjoy traditional English afternoon tea in one of the cosy lounge areas or during warmer weather al fresco surrounded by the peaceful landscaped gardens. Less formal dining is also available in the bar area and at lunchtime too.

For those with a special occasion coming up, Washingborough Hotel also offers private dining for up to 110 guests. Here you will have a choice of four different rooms, with a selection of set menus to choose from.

Opening Hours


Monday 6pm - 9pm

Tuesday 6pm - 9pm

Wednesday 6pm - 9pm

Thursday 6pm - 9pm

Friday 6pm - 9pm

Saturday 6pm - 9pm

Sunday 6pm - 9pm

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