Rooms & Amenities
Cringletie is a unique house with very special architecture and each bedroom has its own size, shape and characteristics, from romantic turrets to feature fireplaces.
No two rooms are the same, but all have been individually styled to reflect the character and charm of the house and all offer wonderful views of the gardens or grounds and rolling hills beyond.
Beds feature down comforters, bathrooms include slippers, designer toiletries, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. And for a bit of entertainment, guests will find flat-screen TVs with digital channels.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Climate control (heating)
- Down comforter
- Designer toiletries
- Hair dryer
- Digital channels
- Flat-screen TV
- iPod dock
- Coffee/tea maker
- Free bottled water
- In-room massage Available
- Individually decorated
- Individually furnished
- Iron/ironing board (on request)
Dining at Cringletie is a true delight for your senses. The dining room's magnificent historic fireplace and hand-painted ceilings create an atmosphere of refinement, whilst the excellent staff does their very best to make every guest feel at home. Expect a relaxed and enjoyable experience with a fine-dining feel, coupled with good size portions beautifully presented.
The Cringletie dining room has beautiful views and offers quality, unpretentious food. Expect a relaxed and enjoyable experience with a fine dining feel, good size portions and beautifully presented dishes.
On Sundays you can indulge in a seven-course tasting menu with matching wines and drinks. This starts at around 7.30pm each Sunday.
Normal dinner is served daily from 6.00pm to 9.00pm but please keep in mind that over the winter from November until March the hotel and the restaurant are closed on Mondays after check-out and Tuesdays.
The dinner menu is a seasonal menu using produce that is readily available in the seasons. The menu is a table d'hote menu with a choice of five starters, five main courses and five desserts.
Delicately created sandwiches, deliciously warmed scones with jam and clotted cream, and an array of cakes and biscuits with a choice of loose-leaf teas, specialty teas and a selection of coffees.
Afternoon teas are served from 2.30pm to 5.00pm. From November until March the restaurant is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
The bar is the place for an informal get-together of friends, families and is just as welcoming if you're travelling solo. There are delicious house wines, but the strength of the bar is our local Broughton beer and lager. You are welcome to enjoy a drink by the fire in the lounge and curl up with a good book. Cringletie offers you a warm welcome whatever the weather.