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We do occasionally receive a small amount of flak for allowing people dressed in a scruffy manner into the restaurant for dinner and Sunday lunch. We have, since 2008 never had an official dress code. Whilst the majority of our guests do like to dress up for dining at Washingborough Hall we don’t feel it necessary to impose a formal rule governing this. Society is changing and as such we need to move with the times. A number of guests arrive at Washingborough Hall for the first time feeling embarrassingly underdressed – that is neither their fault nor ours so why should we compound the issue by causing more distress?
We once enjoyed a delightful Afternoon Tea at The Ritz in London – I knew I had to wear a jacket and trousers from a visit some years ago but I had failed to bring a tie – this was no problem as the men’s locker room offered a choice from dozens of ties to make up for my error.
We don’t intend on going down this route at Washingborough Hall just yet, but we do ask that our dining guests do ‘dress up’ when visiting. We aim to be traditional in our values and offer an experience which is special and memorable.
For the moment, we will be open Wednesday - Saturday only (afternoon tea available Wednesday - Sunday 12noon-5pm).
Booking is essential. Please email email@example.com or call 01522 790340.
You can also check room availability online.
We are open!
We're delighted to share that our doors are officially open once again. For the moment, we will be open Wednesday 12 noon - Sunday 5pm (afternoon tea available Wednesday - Saturday 12noon-5pm, Sunday Lunch 12 to 2pm).
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01522 790340 to book, or check room availability online.
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