AboutSet in the charming village of Lyddington, where almost every house has a thatched roof, The Marquess of Exeter is a recently refurbished former 16th century coaching inn, now run by renowned local chef Brian Baker.
A contemporary styled historic venue, offering casual drinks and quality dining inspired by traditional English comfort food with a contemporary edge. The menus at The Marquess of Exeter reflect the seasons using fresh local produce and change weekly. Brian is renowned for his ‘sharing dishes such as the Grilled Rib of Derbyshire Beef, Béarnaise Sauce & Pomme Frites and the ever popular Slow Roasted Shoulder of Lamb, Boulangére Potatoes, Savoy Cabbage & Redcurrant Jelly, which are designed to satisfy the heartiest of appetites and Sunday lunches are no exception to this rule and are the perfect occasion to enjoy with family and friends.
There are 17 en-suite bedrooms situated in a separate building next to the Inn, ranging from singles, twins, and doubles to the four poster bedroom, the family Suites and the luxurious Bridal Suite, with its indulgent king size bed, billowing curtains, en-suite dressing room and Jacuzzi bathroom. The Marquess of Exeter, also features a refurbished private dining room, which is also an informal conference space or cosy family occasion room.
Whether its a relaxing weekend break, a special occasion, a wedding or a family celebration, the Marquess of Exeter offers a friendly welcome, a picturesque backdrop and great food.
10am-11pm Monday – Saturday
10am- 10.30pm Sunday/bank holiday
6.30-9.30 mon- sat
- In countryside
Parking & Transport
- On site parking
- Cater for vegetarians
- Serve evening meal
- Serve lunch
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good35
- Karen BNorwich, United KingdomTrip Type:CouplesLovely LunchTuesday, 21st March 2017We visited here recently for lunch while on holiday locally and were not disappointed. The chap serving us was delightful. The food was above average and we enjoyed it very much. Read full review
- ydrewnickiMarket Harborough, United KingdomTrip Type:FamilySnug and comfortingThursday, 2nd March 2017Had lunch here on a very quiet Thursday, no one in the restaurant but it is more suited to dinner. Lovely fires in the pub (best table was already taken) so we had lunch in the little snug on the... Read full review
- andra dGerrards Cross, United KingdomTrip Type:CouplesSuperb food!Wednesday, 1st March 2017We had dinner with friends on Saturday , and so enjoyed our meal that the two of us came back for lunch the following Wednesday (1st March)....the staff were friendly and efficient and very... Read full review
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|Marquess of Exeter (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|