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Red House Country Hotel & Restaurant, Matlock, Derbyshire

Red House Country Hotel & Restaurant
Old Road
Darley Dale


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Built in 1891 for a Manchester architect, Reginald H Holman, The Red House Country Hotel has a unique character and homely atmosphere reminiscent of a bygone age making it the perfect place to stay. Situated in Matlock, Derbyshire,it is an ideal base for those wishing to explorethe idyllic and stunning Peak District and its National Park. In an excellent location with picturesque views overlooking the Derwent Valley, you can be assured of a pleasant, relaxing and enjoyable time at this family owned hotel.

The hotel has 9 individually decorated rooms, beautiful lawned gardens and a first-class restaurant. We pride ourselves on our high standards of service and hospitality attending to your every need, which is why our guests stay with us time after time.

With our elegant rooms, delightful setting and ample free parking, the hotel is suitable for short breaks & business meetings.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 2 Star 85%
1 AA Rosette
Number of Rooms: 9
Number Ensuite: 9

Price per Room:

Double: From £120
Twin: From £120
Single: From £70
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Open All Year
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Double or Twin room now only £105.00 per night.

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Sample Menu:

Evening Menu
Four Courses, Cafetiere Coffee & Chocolate Mint Creams ~

~Starters ~
~Melon and Grape Terrine~
Melon and grapes chilled in apple jelly served with a fruit coulis.
~Sauted King Prawns~
Succulent large king prawns sauted with butter, diced tomato, shallots,
garlic and cognac.
~Smoked Duck~
Smoked breast of duck from the smokehouse at Achiltibuie served with an
apple chutney.
~Mushroom and Red Onion Tartlet~
Pieces of mushroom and rd onion cooked in a savoury egg custard garnished
with a green salad.
~Chef‚s Salad ~
Diced black pudding, apple and walnuts on a green salad with a light
wholegrain mustard dressing
All starters are accompanied by freshly baked rolls.

Soup or Sorbet
A choice of freshly made soup of the day or a refreshing fruit sorbet.

~ Main Course~

~ Our Chef‚s Dish of the Day~
Changed regularly to take advantage of seasonal produce.

~ Vegetarian Dish ~
Aubergine, tomato, red pepper and lentil Moussaka with a Ricotta topping.

~Pan-fried Sea Bass ~
Pan-fried fillet of sea bass served with fresh basil potatoes and a topping
of chive crème fraiche..

~Loin of Pork~
Baked loin of pork served with caramelised apples, a cider sauce, and
boulangere potatoes

~Lemon and Tarragon Chicken~
Supreme of corn fed chicken, rubbed with garlic and cooked on a bed of
lemons served with a lemon and tarragon sauce and garlic mash.

~Wild Boar Sausages~
Local wild boar sausages cooked slowly in red wine and shallots served with
mashed potato. .

~Fillet of Beef (£3.00 supplement)~
Grilled prime fillet of local beef served with a pink peppercorn and brandy
meat glaze served with rosemary potatoes.

All dishes are served with a selection of vegetables.

~ Home-Made Desserts ~

A selection of wickedly delicious desserts
A selection of British Cheeses served with biscuits.

Cafetiere Coffee with Chocolate Mint Creams.

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