In addition to luxurious accommodation, Bodysgallen Hall offers you a choice of dining in our two restaurants, fine dining in The Dining Room and informal dining in Bistro 1620. For your enjoyment, breakfast, luncheon, traditional afternoon tea and dinner are all featured at Bodysgallen.
The Dining Room at Bodysgallen overlooks the gardens, within which guests can enjoy imaginative food prepared from the best and freshest local produce, awarded 3 AA Rosettes.
We have been recognised as one of the best places for Sunday Lunch in the United Kingdom by The Observer. Sunday Luncheon is served from £27.50 per person*.
* £36.00 on Easter Sunday and Mother’s Day
Bodysgallen Hall also provides rooms for private dining to accommodate your special events, while room service can be delivered to your individual bedroom or suite.
Your meal will be complete with a glass of fine wine. Bodysgallen Hall's restaurant maintains an extensive wine cellar sure to contain the perfect wine to satisfy your palate.
Restaurant Dress Code in The Dining Room in the Main Hall
Whilst many gentlemen choose to wear a jacket and tie in the restaurant in the evening it is not obligatory. We welcome gentlemen wearing smart clothes, but trainers, t-shirts, tracksuits, shorts etc are NOT acceptable.
Child Policy in the restaurants:
Children aged 6 years and above are welcome in The Dining Room;
Children aged 4 years and above are welcome in Bistro 1620.