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Ravenwood Hall Country Hotel & Restaurant
Rougham
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk

IP28 9JA | View map
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Nestled within 7 acres of lawns and woodland, Ravenwood Hall, an exceptional country manor house built in 1530, is merely 3 miles from Bury St Edmunds. A perfect position with a wide choice of facilities, including heated swimming pool, croquet and horse riding, also hunting, shooting and golf can be arranged.

Our award winning restaurant retains carved timbers and huge Tudor inglenook fireplaces creating an intimate dining experience. The menu is both classical and adventurous using local seasonal ingredients. Our cellars are stocked with some of the finest vintages.

Both lunch and dinner can be enjoyed in the cosy informality of the bar from daily changing blackboards.

The bedrooms are all en suite, are individually furnished with antiques, we have two four posters ideal for honeymoons!

The Edwardian pavilion offers the perfect setting for weddings and is licensed for civil ceremonies. Conferences and celebrations are tailor made by our professional team to ensure everything runs smoothly.

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Nearest Train Station: Bury St Edmunds
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 14
Number Ensuite: 14

Price per Room:

Double: From £120
Single: From £97.50
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Restaurant

Cuisine: Classical/English
Chef: David White
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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Sample Menu:


A Complimentary Wild Mushroom Soup
Pinenut Crisp Bread

To begin

Oak Smoked Pheasant
Blackberry and Sloe Gin Jelly

Twice Baked Globe Artichoke Soufflé
Watercress Dressing

Vodka and Beetroot Cured Salmon
Tomato and Brown Shrimp Salsa

Mille Feuille Of King Crab
Langoustine and Avocado, Lime Sour Cream

Rabbit Confit Wrapped in Proscuitto Ham
With Roasted Red Pepper and Chilli Ketchup

Pear and Stilton Strudel
Scented With Thyme and Nutmeg on a Plum Coulis

A Rich Mussel, Crayfish and Smoked Haddock Ragout
With Savoy Cabbage and Black Bacon

To follow

Red Snapper Fillet, Pan Fried With Scallops
Linguini Nero and Lemon Butter Sauce

Pot Roasted Lamb Rump
Rosemary Dumplings and Naveran Sauce

Halibut Fillet
Orange Risotto, Champagne Crème Fraiche

Tournedos of Beef Fillet
Horseradish and Potato Rosti and A Rich Shiraz Jus
(£3.95 Supplement)

Local Wild Partridge
Parsnip Pomme Anna, Juniper Berries

Open Lasagne of Pumpkin and Chanterelles
Pickled Walnut Dressing

Breast of Chicken
Spinach and Sun blushed Tomato Mousseline
Crisp Puff Pastry, Pepper Dressings

ALL DISHES ARE ACCOMPANIED WITH A SELECTION OF INTERESTING VEGETABLES AND POTATOES

A Choice of Desserts from the Blackboard
Or
A selection of THE FINEST HANDMADE cheese
WITH OATCAKES AND QUINCE JELLY
(£3.95 supplement)

Coffee and Petit Fours

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