The 947AD - The Royalist Hotel

The 947AD - The Royalist Hotel


0.5 miles
Digbeth Street, Stow-on- the-Wold, GL54 1BN
The 947AD, a stylish dining establishment within The Royalist Hotel, is shrouded in history and ancient folklore. The hotel dates back over 1000 years and offers luxury hotel accommodation in 14 utterly chic rooms, along with an awardwinning restaurant.

The 947AD restaurant, as the name suggests, resides in the old part of the building, combining contemporary lighting and furniture with medieval stone fireplaces etched with ancient 'witch marks', and original dark wood beams - the effect is sophisticated yet relaxed. This atmosphere is enhanced by the flickering candles and real fires that warm the dining room in winter. It is the little extras that make 947AD a truly memorable dining experience - a friendly welcome, attentive service, fresh flowers on each table, freshly baked bread served on a slate platter, homemade chocolates and fudge served with coffees to finish.

The menu, like the setting, offers a modern twist on the traditional. The wine list has something to suit every taste and budget, and the choice of dishes is imaginative - from osso buco to seared sea bass with baby fennel, pomme purée and ginger foam. There's a separate menu for vegetarians too, offering a diverse choice of starters and mains. A meal here just gets better and better with every course. Booking is recommended at weekends as this restaurant is rightfully very popular.
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Opening Hours:
Fri:12pm-2.30pm, 7pm-9.30pm
Sat:12pm-2.30pm, 7pm-9.30pm
Sun:12pm-2.30pm, 7pm-9.30pm

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