The Crooklands Hotel Bar and Restaurant
Jules Restaurant takes it name from the proprietors June and Charles Horrax. Jules is cosy restaurant with a lantern light ceiling which allows in plenty of natural light to flood in. A great piece of real architectural design. The restaurant boast some wonderful bespoke ironwork along with a vintage industrial feel . This restaurant offers a modern ambiance an ideal place to catch up with family and friends and enjoy our mouthwatering local dishes.
Click here to view our inspired Jules Restaurant menu. (PDF File)
Our Cottage Restaurant is full of old world charm with little hidden nucks for dining. This restaurant is full of character and is used at lunch times primarily, but in the evenings, it offers a cosy ambiance lit by candle light.
During the day time we offer a range of menus including our set two or three course Bistro Menu from 11.95 per person.
Click here to view our Cottage Lunch Menu. (PDF File)
The Cottage Restaurant also offers an afternoon tea which is simply divine. Served between 2pm-5pm by prior bookings only.
Click here to view our Afternoon Tea Menu. (PDF File)
Click here to view or children's menu. (PDF File)
Breakfast is available from 7.30 am to 9.30 am on Weekdays and from 8.00 am to 10.00 am on Weekends.
Lunch is served from 12.00 pm to 2.00 pm and tea, coffee, sandwiches and snacks are available all day until 6.00 pm.
Our restaurant is open to residents and non-residents alike and for those dining with us on a Sunday, why not take advantage of our fantastic Carvery Lunch served 12.00 - 2.00 pm.
Dinner the Jules restaurant is open from 6pm - 9pm every evening. Our new evening menu is served in the Bar or Restaurant.
At Crooklands we pride ourselves on using fresh local produce, all Roasts are home cooked. Our menu consists of local dishes along with seasonal specials inspired from all corners of the globe.
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