Palé Hall introduces new dining concept


Palé Hall in Wales has introduced a new dining concept, which will situated in the former Henry Robertson Dining Room.

Under the direction of head chef Gareth Stevenson, The Huntsman, named after the game inspired antique bar, has been unveiled, with dishes paying homage to English classics such as fish and chips, roasted chicken breast and Welsh Black beef cheek.

The new eatery has been opened to ‘better serve’ Palé Hall’s guests and local neighborhood and will host 40 covers.

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It will be open from 11am until 11pm each day.

The Henry Robertson Dining Room is the hotel’s more formal restaurant which will now move to the Drawing Room.

Palé Hall is a Grade-II listed country house on the edge of Snowdonia National Park in Wales owned by Alan and Angela Harper.

The historic building opened as a hotel in 2016 after an extensive renovation programme and is home to 18 bedrooms.

Palé Hall is also part of Relais & Châteaux.

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