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Milford Hall Hotel
206 Castle Street

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Originally a Georgian Mansion House, the Milford Hall Hotel is now a highly rated family owned 3 star hotel. The hotel boasts its own locally renowned brasserie, situated in the new modern wing of the hotel. This light and airy restaurant serves an eclectic mix of contemporary and classic cuisine from the daily changing menu. A superb selection of light bites are also available.

There are three function rooms which are regularly used for conferences, business meetings and private events. The largest, The Alderman Room, seats up to 80 people. The lounge and bar area is situated in the traditional part of the hotel and has French Windows that open out to the garden area. The Milford Hall is a popular weddings venue and is licenced for civil marraiges.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star (74%)
Number of Rooms: 35
Number Ensuite: 35
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Name: The Brasserie @ 206
Cuisine: English/French
Chef: Chris Gilbert

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Open All Year
Gym - complimentary passes for local gym
Swimming Pool - complimentary passes for local pool
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Satellite TV
Night Porter
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