Enjoy an unforgettable and unique festive dining experience with Audley Group this year. Since launching in 1991, Audley Group has completely transformed the retirement property market in the UK with its collection of luxurious Audley Villages found in locations all over the UK from Devon to the Lake District.

Unlike anything you’d imagine when hearing “retirement village”, these unique and exquisitely designed villages provide the UK’s growing older population with outstanding facilities along with incredible customer service. Usually centred around majestic heritage buildings which form the heart of these exceptional villages, this is luxury living more akin to a boutique hotel than a care home.

The onsite restaurants here are also something truly special and make for an idyllic festive dining experience whether you’re looking for a venue to host a group celebration or a smaller and more intimate dinner.

 

Blandy’s at Inglewood

Situated in the stunning and picturesque village of Kintbury, West Berkshire, Blandy’s at Inglewood House offers guests a serene and contemporary setting in which to enjoy a unique dining experience this Christmas season. With a menu that showcases fresh, locally sourced dishes with a modern and classical twist, this restaurant and bistro is the epitome of English charm.

Relax in the sophisticated dining room and enjoy a delicious three-course feast off of their new and special Christmas celebration menus. Enjoy starters like the pressed ham hock terrine with spiced apple, sultana chutney, and mini bread loaf; mains like the oven roasted turkey breast with chestnut and sage stuffing and redcurrant jus; and desserts like the dark chocolate mousse with black cherry sorbet.

 

Whittle’s at Binswood

Situated within the breathtaking Grade II listed Binswood Hall at the heart of Audley Binswood in Leamington Spa, Warwick, this charming and luxurious restaurant and bistro provides the perfect blend of Victorian charm and contemporary culinary delight.

With its modern style and serene atmosphere, this restaurant makes an idyllic place to celebrate the festive season with family and friends this year.

Come and experience festive dining at its best and sample some of the exquisitely prepared dishes off of the restaurant’s new Christmas celebration menus. Whether you’re after a delicious Christmas Day dinner or a festive afternoon tea with freshly baked spiced scones, mince pies and festive cakes, you won’t be anything less than delighted at Whittle’s.

 

The Orangery at St Elphin’s Park

For a joyous and merry festive celebration with your loved ones this year, come to The Orangery at St Elphin’s Park set on the edge of the picturesque Peak District National Park. Relax in the elegantly decorated dining area and enjoy a delicious, seasonal festive menu full of classical English charm made from the finest and freshest local produce.

Whether you opt for the delectable roast Derbyshire turkey with cranberry and chestnut stuffing, pigs in blanket, and goose fat potatoes, or the cranberry walnut and almond roast, with roast potatoes, honey and thyme roast carrots, parsnips and onion gravy, you’ll agree that festive dining doesn’t get much better than this.

 

Symonds at Redwood

If you’re searching for a truly serene setting for your Christmas celebrations and festive dinners this year, the hidden gem that is Symonds at Redwood simply radiates English charm, style, and sophistication.

Just a short distance from the affluent and charming suburb of Clifton in Bristol and boasting plenty of parking, this restaurant is the ideal pick whether you’re organising a large group get-together or a smaller and more intimate festive dinner for your family and friends.

Savour their new Christmas celebration menus which showcase stunning seasonal festive dishes like the sea bass with creamed leeks, crushed new potatoes and herb butter sauce, or the roast winter vegetables and cranberry Wellington. Finish this off with a tempting and indulgent Christmas pudding with brandy butter for a festive feast you’ll never forget.

 

 

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