Clever combination of old and new in a building full of character
At a glance
2 Rosette restaurant
Built in 1742 to mark the centenary of the battle of Edgehill, where Charles I raised his standard at the start of the Civil War, the building has a unique history. Sympathetically refurbished in recent years, many of the original features have been restored and the exposed stone walls, along with the wood-panelled restaurant, really add to the character of the building. The Tower bedrooms boast panoramic views from their elevated position and bedrooms are all well-appointed. Dinner is not to be missed in the two AA Rosette award-winning restaurant and breakfast features the best in local produce.