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Hotels in Farnham

Bishops Table Hotel
27 West Street
Farnham
Surrey

GU9 7DR | View map
http://www.bishopstable.com

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Located in the centre of the market town of Farnham in Surrey, this charming 18th century town house hotel is within easy reach of the M3 / M25 motorways. Rail links to London and the south east, together with the hotels proximity to Heathrow and Gatwick airports makes The Bishop's Table the ideal base for business trip or restful weekends in the thriving M3 / M4 technology triangle.

All bedrooms are en-suite with full amenities, including direct dial telephone with modem access and the restaurant has an enviable reputation for its fine cuisine. Each room is individually decorated in tasteful styles reflecting the individual features and views of the room.

While maintaining an air of old world tranquility we still cater for the demands of today's business client with all modern services such as e-mail, fax, and internet access available on request.

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Nearest Train Station: Farnham
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 17
Number Ensuite: 17

Price per Room:

Price Includes: VAT
Double: £120 room only for 2 persons - £102 double room only for 1 person - Weekend rates available on request
Single: £92 room only - Weekend rates available on request
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Restaurant

Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: James Cooper
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
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Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:

To Start

Pan fried scallops
with foie gras, sweet wine carrots
and black truffle
£8.95

Consommé of shellfish
with avocado and roast langoustine
£6.25

Poached breast of pigeon
with smoked pear purée and a red wine jus
£6.95

Sautéed veal sweetbreads
with boudin blanc, roast apple and cinnamon
£7.65

Pan fried oysters
with scallop mousse, leeks, cucumber,
caviar and Chartreuse sauce
£7.95

Whole roast stuffed quail
with wild rice and a beetroot and orange salad
£7.95






Main Courses

Roast monkfish
with a ravioli of oxtail, crisp panchetta
and a parsley foam
£18.20

Blanquette of brill
with tempura frog’s legs
£17.20

A trio of fish
poached lobster, roast sea bass and pan fried scallop
£18.20

Poached cannon of spring lamb,
timbale of Cornish crab
and a lightly spiced emulsion
£17.95

Tornados of rabbit
with stuffed savoy cabbage, herb risotto
and a spinach purée
£17.95

Whole roast young chicken
with fresh peas, morels and fondant potatoes
£16.20




Desserts

Banana tart tatin
with pinacoloda ice cream and toffee sauce
£5.95

A grand assiette of chocolate
£8.50

A selection of British and Continental cheeses,
fig compote and walnut bread
served with a glass of House Port
£8.95

A cone of pistachio parfait
with cherry sorbet
and praline ice cream
£6.25

Vanilla brulée
with roast rhubarb and stem ginger ice cream
£6.45

To finish

A Cafetiére of pure ground coffee served with
fresh cream and something sweet
£3.50
Service at guest’s discretion

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