DINING

Guests of Moor Hall enjoy the opportunity to experience unique and creative meals served in various beautiful locations, each one featuring a unique ambience and mood. The Bray Room, located in the 18th century Manor House, provides the prefect background for an Afternoon Tea or private dining. From small parties to large celebrations, Edinburgh Restaurant’s panoramic views of our manicured lawns, abundant floral displays and meandering waterways make for the perfect setting for, our executive chef to showcase his specially curated dishes. Our extensive cocktail menus and selection of premium beers and wines are best enjoyed in the sunshine in the wake of our Georgian Manor, or whilst indulging in a relaxing brunch with friends and family.

Bray Room

Built in 1805 by Mr William Skinner, Moor Hall has lived many different lives. From a private stately home to a specialist hospital caring for soldiers over the course of World War 2; Perhaps this is what gives our Georgian Manor it’s grand and historical ambience.

Set deep in the heart of the Manor is our Bray Room. Adorned with impressive chandeliers and original features of the Manor, it makes for the perfect setting for our specially curated selection of Afternoon Tea.

We are able to host private dinners in The Bray Room of up to 20 guests, allowing diners to enjoy a glass of bubbles on our Manor Lawns on the adjoining patio, before drifting through the french doors where their dinner will be served.

Afternoon Tea
Cocktail

Mayflower Bar

The Mayflower Lounge is the social hub of Moor Hall. The Mayflower bar is stocked with an array of top-quality drinks, from crisp and cold Corona served with a wedge of fresh lime, to fruity and exotic cocktails shaken by our very own cocktail maestro. Our cocktail menu has been specially curated in house, allowing us to perfectly tailor our drinks offering to our surroundings - Moor Hall’s signature cocktail is certainly not one to be missed.

The bifold doors of the lounge open directly onto our manicured lawns and waterways creating an open plan, modern feel, all whilst overlooking the contrast of our impressive Georgian Manor. The Mayflower’s cosy booths are perfect for catching up, whether you’re debriefing with your team after a day’s training or taking a break from the merriment at one of our exclusive events.

Moor Hall Garden

Moor Halls’ 19th Century Manor House overlooks 9 acres of lawns, encircled with flowers and bordered by meandering waterways. The boardwalks are adorned with blooming hanging baskets, creating fresh pops of colour. The trickling water features decorating our koi carp ponds create a tranquil environment, making it the perfect place to unwind.

In the summer, our team of chefs use the freshest of ingredients to create a range of menus designed to be served on the lawns with a side of sun. The Manor Lawns provides a picturesque backdrop to our Bottomless Brunch afternoons and Barbeques.  Take a seat in the sun, and enjoy a quintessentially British glass of Pimm’s, or refresh with one of our specially curated fruity mocktails.

Moor Hall Garden
Main

Edinburgh Restaurant

Our Edinburgh Restaurant, located in the heart of our historical site, is the perfect place to enjoy great quality, fresh food cooked by our team of executive chefs. With the space to seat up to 120 guests, The Edinburgh boasts an abundance of natural daylight, with outstanding views of our lawns and waterways, shadowed by our 19th Century Manor house. Our teams of chefs have worked to create a menu perfect for every occasion. They use only the freshest of local ingredients to create everything from light, nourishing lunches, to hearty 3 – Course evening meals. In the evening, The Edinburgh can be transformed into a party space, with its own private bar serving a premium selection of draught beers, wines and spirits and ample space for a dancefloor and DJ, it’s the perfect room to dance the night away.