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Richmond Gate Hotel (The)
Richmond Hill

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The Richmond Gate Hotel incorporates four elegant eighteenth century buildings at the top of Richmond Hill. To the right is Richmond Terrace. In the elegant, intimate setting of Gates on The Park Restaurant, guests can enjoy international fine dining at its very best. Imaginative menus have been thoughtfully created to offer a wide range of dishes, all freshly prepared with the greatest attention to detail. Over 100 wines from around the world are available to perfectly complement every meal.

The 68 en-suite bedrooms are all beautifully furnished and several have the added luxury of four poster beds. The rooms offer the highest standards of modern four star accommodation and all feature a personal safe, cable TV, mini bar, hairdryer, trouser press and telephone with modem connection and voice mail.

Memorable wedding receptions and private dining in character rooms are a speciality of The Richmond Gate. All the planning and detailed arrangements slot neatly into place with helpful advice and attentive service from the hotel's experienced staff.

Cedars Health and Leisure Club is situated to the rear of The Richmond Gate. With direct access from the hotel and free to hotel guests, Cedars is designed to offer a unique environment for fitness, rest and relaxation.


Ratings/Awards: 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 68
Number Ensuite: 68
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Name: Gates on the Park
Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Christopher Basten
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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Gym - Full leisure facilities
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