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Hotels in Bourton-on-the-Water

Dial House Hotel (The)
The Chestnuts

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The Hotel is situated in idyllic surroundings and is built from the famous mellow Cotswold Stone. The Dial House dates back to 1698 and is the oldest building still standing in the village - it even pre-dates the bridges over the River WIndrush.The Dial House is a beautifully decorated country house style hotel with individually designed bedrooms from luxury four poster beds to our cosy and intimate romantic room. Please call us directly for more information on our bedrooms.


Ratings/Awards: Which? Hotel of the Year 2005 - Most Ravishing Restaurant with Rooms Award
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Awards: Which? Hotel of the Year 2005 - Most Ravishing Restaurant with Rooms Award

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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - Over 10 years only
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV

Sample Menu:

To Start

Pan Fried Ox Tongue on a light grain mustard mousse, cauliflower puree, raspberry vinegar £9.00

Tartlet of Braised Onion and Sage, organic duck egg, hollandaise sauce, herb salad £9.00

Sauteed Foie Gras on mushy peas with a rillette of local rabbit,
prune and cider compote £9.50*

Ballontine of Salmon in a light tomato consommé, soft poached quails egg and oscietra caviar £9.50*

Hand Dived Scallop, pan-fried with a white onion puree, roasted ceps, red wine sauce £9.00

*supplement of £2.00 applies to guests on a dinner inclusive rate

10% discretionary service charge will be added to your bill

Main Courses

Breast of Duck, braised red cabbage, tatin of black pudding and apple £19.00

Roasted Fillet of Hake, with creamed potato topped with a herb crust, wild garlic leaf, skate beignet, tomato dressing £19.00

Roast Chump of Local Lamb, fondant potato, flageolet bean puree and tomato confit £19.50*

Pan-Fried Fillet of John Dory on a potato galette, baby gem, oysters and a champagne sabayon £19.00*

Feuillette of Jerusalem artichokes, wild mushrooms and Jerusalem artichoke puree £17.00

Desserts: All £8.50

Salted Butter Caramel with roasted hazelnuts, malted vanilla ice-cream

Presentation of Banana

Plum Brandy Mousse with a plum and blackberry milkshake

Iced Nougatine Parfait, treacle toffee ice-cream

Selection of French Cheeses: please see menu

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