Experience the royal treatment at the two-AA-rosette awarded Tudor’s Restaurant, housed within the magnificent Marygreen Manor in Brentwood. A stunning example of Tudor architecture and the number one hotel in the area according to TripAdvisor, this exquisitely presented and centrally located hotel, minutes from the M25, is the premier choice for guests whether you’re a business traveller searching for a hotel that will exceed your every expectation or you’re a sophisticated leisure guest on the lookout for a hotel full of historic charm and character but not lacking in any of the modern comforts you’d expect from a hotel of this quality.
Stay in one of the special Tudor suites, each dedicated to one of the wives of Henry VIII, who is reported to have visited this Tudor manor, and you’ll soon see for yourself why Marygreen Manor has received the praise it has from visitors in recent years.
If you’re looking to experience this one-of-a-kind destination for yourself but you’re not planning to stay the night within these cosy and stylish walls, the terrific Tudor’s Restaurant (read our review of the restaurant here which features in our Essex Food & Drink Guide) offers a top-notch dining experience that should not be missed and Marygreen Manor would like to offer two lucky people the chance to experience this award-winning restaurant completely free of charge.
A prize with a value of £146, relax with your guest within Tudor’s Restaurant’s dining room, a charming and breathtaking Baronial Hall complete with sculpted dark wooden beams, mural paintings and hanging tapestries, and vintage lampshades and chairs, and enjoy the chef’s 6-course tasting menu complete with wine pairings. Although the menu is constantly changing to make the most of the very best seasonal produce available, a typical feast will include the likes of seared scallops with braised beef cheek, butternut squash and pine nuts complemented by a stunning Sauvignon Blanc, guinea fowl terrine with chicory, orange segments and orange gel paired with a quality rosé, and fillet of Angus beef with fondant potato, celeriac purée, aubergine, and
Described by Marygreen Manor as a “gastronomic experience not to be missed”, the restaurant’s passionate and talented kitchen team work tirelessly to create delicious dishes you’ll remember long after your visit here.
If you’d like to experience this magnificent Tudor manor for yourself, which was originally home to Henry Roper, gentleman servant to Catherine of Aragon, make sure to enter our competition below. Also, if you’re planning a wedding in the next couple of years, make sure to head to Marygreen Manor’s Wedding Open Day on March 23rd (details can be found here: http://www.marygreenmanor.co.uk/wedding-open-day-853771.html ). Other upcoming events at Marygreen Manor include Murder Mystery Nights on 3rd May and 8th December, and Luther tribute nights on 5th April and 15th November (details can be found here: http://www.marygreenmanor.co.uk/events-2018-800387.html)