Originally a 17th century farmhouse on the Exton Estate, home to the Noel family (Earl of Gainsborough) for generations at the head of a horse chestnut tree-lined avenue, The Barnsdale is now a superb 44 bedroom hotel and restaurant, named 1760 after the year the original lodge was built.
Situated in its own graceful and tranquil gardens on the glorious north shore of Rutland Water, the hotel is built in local mellow Rutland stone, quarried from the adjacent estate of the Earl of Gainsborough. With its gentle undulating fields and spectacular views of the lake, it is one of England’s hidden treasures.
Superb fresh local produce is always available with an excellent choice of wine, all combined with a friendly ambience and the highest quality personal service. For a memorable weekend break, a special meal, a personal celebration or a professional business conference.
The Barnsdale Brasserie is now offering a Lunch for Less Menu, available Monday- Friday where 2 courses are £20, and 3 Courses are £25.