;What better way to celebrate Father’s Day on Sunday 17th June, than at The Vicarage or The Courthouse? Both restaurants are to serve a special Gent’s Afternoon Tea devised by Executive Chef, Steven Tuke as well as and a traditional Sunday roast.
Gent’s Afternoon Tea at The Vicarage:
A stunning 17th Century Grade II listed hotel, the Vicarage is located in Cranage, Cheshire; just a few minutes’ walk from Holmes Chapel. It is renowned as a food-led destination which serves sumptuous locally-sourced and seasonally inspired dishes. Gent’s Afternoon Tea is a twist on the more traditional version offering an abundance of mouth-watering savoury delights. The menu includes; home-baked favourites such as scotch eggs, meat and potato pasties. The perfect accompaniment to warm cheddar cheese and smoked bacon scones, pork terrine and a selection of finger sandwiches. Priced at £39.95 for two people sharing. A choice of Jaunty Goat Arabica Coffee or fine loose-leaf tea by Tea from the Manor accompanies the menu. You can also add a cheeky pint from the amazing selection of draft ales – perfect for Father’s Day.
Gent’s Afternoon Tea at The Courthouse:
The Courthouse is a majestic Grade II listed building, designed and built by George Moneypenny in 1818. The Courthouse sits in the very heart of Knutsford, presiding over the historic town. Lovingly restored by Flat Cap Hotels, the iconic building boasts a wealth of original features. Featuring oversized widows, intricately carved ceilings and a amazing glass dome centrepiece, it is perfect for Father’s Day.
You can enjoy your Gent’s Afternoon Tea in the Barristers Restaurant at The Courthouse. First you must try; the mini minted lamb pasties, chilli scotch hen’s eggs, pork sausage rolls, arancini and croque monsieur’s. However, save room for the walnut scones with red onion jam and blue cheese cream and potted shrimps with fresh brown bread. Priced at £39.95 for two people sharing. Locally sourced Jaunty Goat Arabica Coffee or specialist loose-leaf tea by Tea from the Manor accompanies your menu. We do suggest however, that beer might also be a perfect accompaniment for Father’s Day!
Want something different?
Both properties will be serving the Gent’s Afternoon Tea, but for something a little more robust why not try the full, traditional Sunday roast. Priced from £13 at The Courthouse and at £20 for two courses or £25 for three courses at The Vicarage, there will be a selection of prime cut roasted meats accompanied by all the trimmings.
How to book for Father’s Day?
Advance booking for The Gent’s Afternoon Tea is essential (especially for Father’s Day) to avoid disappointment. The Gent’s Afternoon Tea is available at £39.95, based on a minimum of two people. To making a booking for afternoon tea or Sunday roast at The Vicarage please call 01477 533393, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For the Courthouse please contact the hotel direct on 01565 743333 or by email at email@example.com.
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Notes to Editors:
The Courthouse is part of Flat Cap Hotels, founded by brothers Oliver and Dominic Heywood in 2015. The Courthouse is located in Knutsford, Cheshire and launched in June 2017. The property opened with Barristers Restaurant and Bar serving premium British seasonal menus, afternoon tea, Sunday lunch. They also serve their very own Barristers lager and craft beers throughout the day – seems like an excuse to ‘join the Bar‘? The Court Room transforms into one of the largest ballrooms in South Cheshire. This space is ideal for large events, exhibitions, weddings and conferences with a banqueting capacity for 250 guests. The Rooftop Gardens launches in summer 2018 as a cocktail and champagne bar along with 11 luxury bedrooms. 40 additional bedrooms are in the planning at the rear of the building for completion by 2020.
10 minutes from Knutsford is the group’s sister property; The Vicarage Free-house & Rooms. A 26 bedroom countryside hotel, pub and restaurant at Holmes Chapel, the hotel was included in the Times & Sunday Times “Top 30 best pubs to visit this summer” in 2017