Winteringham Fields is a 16th century Manor House set in a quiet rural village in North Lincolnshire. It is one of the only three UK restaurants meeting the Good Food Guide’s criteria of being ‘highly individual and displaying impressive artistry’.
In 2003, it was voted the Restaurateur’s Restaurant of the Year. It has five AA rosettes and one Michelin star. The Guardian and The Observer have both characterised it as ‘The Best Restaurant in Britain’.
Seven individually designed luxury en suite rooms are named after former owners, residents or local dignitaries. The Lord Fitz Hugh room for instance recalls the nobleman who was ‘given’ the village of Winteringham back in the 14th Century by the King. It features a huge four-poster bed and an unexpected beamed bathroom. The Burkill Suite in the Courtyard has a spacious lounge, attractive bedroom and sumptuous bathroom.
'The Cottage’ and ‘The Dovecote’ are about two minutes walk from the main house.
Our restaurant is justifiably world-renowned. You will always enjoy discreet and understated service from attentive, knowledgeable staff and a range of superb dishes to satisfy the most discerning palate.
Local produce is featured very strongly in our menus. Fresh fish is delivered daily from Grimsby, game in season from local shoots, and vegetables and herbs grown in Winteringham Fields own gardens, plus an abundance of fresh fruit from around the world.
Rates : From £165 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children are welcome.
Pets are allowed. No smoking.
Dinner is available.
5 Star AA.