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Afternoon tea and spa at Fishmore Hall
January 25, 2017
'The afternoon tea was truly fabulous. In fact I’d go as far as to say that it was one of the best I’ve had – and I’ve had a lot of afternoon teas.'
'Natural materials are everywhere - inside and out - and large windows mean that as you relax in the tranquil rest room you seem to be part of the very countryside in which the spa sits. Views from the relaxation room and the patio (with hot tub and hammock) include centuries old trees, handsome brown cattle and rolling hills.'
'With its rural location, laid-back style and quality cuisine, Fishmore Hall is the perfect getaway spot if you want to leave the work-a-day world behind and indulge in the finer things in life. And, with one of the nation’s most romantic market towns, Ludlow, just a stone’s throwaway, there’s plenty to keep you amused if you want a longer break.'
'We had divine scallops, the tenderest loin of Shropshire lamb, and a sinful salted caramel fondant, interspersed with a non-stop selection of amuses bouches and palate cleansers and concluded with a cheeseboard to blow your mind.'
Fishmore Hall: A taste of Shropshire
By Louise Elliott, November 20, 2015
'The food - and accompanying wine, as well as the service - was, without a shadow of a doubt, exquisite and certainly praise must be heaped on Andrew and his team for producing such a wonderful meal.'
Country Escape: Fishmore Hall, Ludlow,
September 14, 2015
'The centre piece of the meal was the main course: a tasting of Shopshire lamb. The succulent meat was served four-ways with confit potato and spinach and was some of the best lamb we’ve ever tasted.'
Fishmore Hall, Ludlow. A boutique hotel in a beautiful Shropshire country house
May 29, 2015
'Food is certainly the main attraction at Fishmore Hall. With head chef Andrew Birch at the helm – whose accolades include Welsh Chef of the Year in 2004, Young Chef Apprentice of Britain in 2005 and Young Chef Apprentice of Europe in 2005 – the new menu is daring yet fresh and simple. Focusing on creating food that sings with flavour rather than style, Birch has brought rustic and robust dishes to the fine-dining arena.'
Get that cosy, chilled out feeling and lose yourself in the idyllic, Shropshire countryside.
Elysia Agnew checks in… March 2017
'Good food comes with bespoke luxury, and Fishmore Hall have hit the nail on the head in that department too. The dining room is an elegant space, with uninterrupted views of the rural surrounds through the large orangery windows...'
A rural recipe for excellence. Away from the rush, the food’s the thing at Ludlow’s luxurious Fishmore Hall.
By Richard McComb, August 14, 2009
‘There is something about the hotel beds that cries out to be laid on, immediately, so we did, and jolly comfortable it was.’