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Created by celebrated chef Raymond Blanc OBE, Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons is renowned for offering one of Britain's finest gastronomic experiences. Situated in the picturesque Oxfordshire village of Great Milton, it is also one of the country's most intimate and original hotels, with 32 individually designed guest rooms and suites. The hotel received two Michelin stars in 1984, the first year of its opening, and, remarkably, has held them ever since. Surrounded by lawns, flower borders and orchards, the luxury hotel enjoys an idyllic, typically English setting. But beyond the eye-catching displays are vegetable and herb gardens that provide the kitchen-and the acclaimed Raymond Blanc Cookery School-with ultra-fresh, organic produce, ensuring the Michelin-star restaurant remains at the cutting edge of culinary excellence.
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From arrival to departure every thing was done to precision
Beautiful room, lovely grounds, amazing food
But I think the shining stars are the staff, so welcoming, so attentive, friendly and very professional
I would advise anyone to visit
I had the opportunity of going with some friends to this amazing Restarant and this also included going to the local church as well. The staff were friendly professional and knowledgeable about all the courses. If you have the chance to experiance this finable place...More
Went for my wife's special birthday. The whole experience was brilliant. We arrived an hour early and had a stroll in the garden. Sat in a lounge for gin and tonic whilst selecting the meal, had the 7 course taster menu. Food and service were...More
Our one-night stay at the Manoir aux Quat’Saisons surpassed our expectations.
Those not used to a luxury lifestyle might feel a little overwhelmed initially, but we soon got used to it, and by the end of the stay we felt comfortable and relaxed. Our room...More
We spent one evening at the hotel and enjoyed dinner in the restaurant.Our junior suite was excellent and the attention from the staff was second to none.We also enjoyed a superb 7 course dinner.
Although we knew it in advance the only negative was the...More
We were ‘Lavande’ and it was a perfect suite in every way, truly beautiful and nothing missed - everything is of the utmost quality, even an amazing sewing basket too! Even the fruit bowl and decanter of Madeira were... More
We were ‘Lavande’ and it was a perfect suite in every way, truly beautiful and nothing missed - everything is of the utmost quality, even an amazing sewing basket too! Even the fruit bowl and decanter of Madeira were outstanding! The bathroom was fabulous, with TV over the bath too! I can’t speak highly enough of it all in fact and it reminds me of my beloved late aunt’s much missed manor house ... everything was blissful from start to finish. No the wine flight is separate. We didn’t have it and felt we didn’t need it (just had a bottle then a digestif in the lounge afterwards) as the food was so heavenly and definitely the main focus ... we’ve eaten in a LOT of very nice restaurants/hotels but this is something else ... no wonder at all that it was ranked #1 in U.K. for so long! Be sure to allow plenty of time to relax enjoy an aperitif in the lounge before you go into dinner and don’t miss the gardens and mushroom valley ... wow, those gardeners really know what they’re doing - it’s all so bountiful and prolific ... wonderful to see all the vegetables and micro, herbs etc growing for use in the restaurant. Oh and a wander around the church next door is lovely too. Ahhh, enjoy, I’m envious 😍 I’d be back there in a heartbeat.