The Weston Hall Stafford

Situated in the beautiful countryside of Staffordshire, Weston Hall is a wonderful Grade II listed building enclosed in 20 miles of spectacular landscape that Petrouis family took over in early 2012. Martin Hirst of Weston Hall said: “We’ve made significant improvements within the past year and are overjoyed to have had the opportunity to return the building to its earlier magnificence. It was imperative to the family they kept much of the remarkable building’s features including the fireplaces and beams which are observed in several of the rooms. After a lot of effort we were at long last in a position to open the doors to clients last month.'”

As part of the changes was the construction of The Cellar Restaurant, a brand new tranquil eating area found inside the hall. Compared to the opulence of the building itself, the restaurant is intended to make an inviting and tranquil effect. Hannah Petrouis of Weston Hall said: “We sought to fabricate a relaxed atmosphere for the customers, so they may have a dinner with family or friends, minus the formality of fine dining.”

The restaurant area is somewhat detached from the bar area to create a comfortable private dining encounter, however the closeness of the bar, that’s perfect for pre-dinner beverages, also creates a friendly atmosphere.

Even though The Cellar provides the perfect choice for a special event, the affordable cost of the food implies that you do not need a special reason to visit. The a la-carte menu includes vigorous English meals, such as for instance meats and pies. All the food is affordable and is freshly cooked in the on-site kitchen. Their slow roasted pork belly served with blackpudding and cabbage costs as little as £12.50 and their chicken leek tart, already a personal favourite is only £9.95, both are dished up with a range of seasonal vegetables and potatoes.

Alternately, during the week you can call in for afternoon-tea and unwind by the open wood fire within the Cellar Lounge. They provide a tempting variety of home-made muffins and various finger sandwiches and scones, all offered on the conventional three-tiered plate, alongside a pot of tea or coffee. Weston Hall is definitely an inexpensive little bit of luxury at only £14.95 per person, and is a perfect environment for that quintessentially English afternoon tea.

If you’re are a venue owner, after events it’s a great idea to hire a skip and get rid of all the waste products from the event and also anything that gets broken in the event.

Weston Hall also offers The Shrewsbury and The Westminster, two stylish special occasion areas, both which are filled with character and appeal and are ideal for personal dinners, weddings and company events. And the Weston Hall also offers the comfort of providing 8 bedrooms, each independently created and furnished to the highest possible standard, in keep with the luxury of the building.

A trip to The Cellar Restaurant is crucial for anybody attempting to appreciate beautiful food at reasonable cost, with the added advantage of its location inside the impressive Weston Hall.