We would love to welcome you at Lindors on Mothering Sunday. Catherine our Head Chef has put together a delicious menu for lunch on that day. Priced at £12.95 for 2 courses, children £8.95.
Mothering Sunday 14th March 2015
Roast Leg of Lamb
Sliced roast leg of Welsh spring lamb, served with mint stuffing, mint sauce and rich gravy
Supreme of Chicken
Pan seared chicken supreme with a creamy white wine,
smoked bacon and mushroom sauce
Poached Salmon Fillet
Lightly poached salmon fillet
Served with watercress and lemon sauce
Goat’s Cheese, Roasted Onion and Beetroot Tart
Puff pastry tart filled with roasted red onions and beetroot, topped with goat’s cheese and oven baked
Served on a bed of mixed leaves with balsamic glaze
All served with a selection of seasonal vegetables
roasted and new potatoes
Rhubarb and Ginger Oaty Crumble
Served with vanilla custard
Home-made Lemon and Raspberry Cheesecake
With whipped cream, berry coulis and fresh raspberries
Belgian Chocolate Tart
Served with clotted cream, chocolate dipped strawberry
and marbled chocolate pencil
Fresh Fruit Salad
Served with fresh cream of Brookes vanilla ice cream
Fair Trade Freshly Brewed Coffee and Mints to Follow
£12.95 per person
Please telephone the hotel to make a reservation on 01594 530 283 we look forward to hearing from you.
Expires:15th Mar 2015
Hotel: Lindors Country House Hotel
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Exciting multi-million pound plans to restore and upgrade a historic hotel owned by Methodist Guild Holidays Ltd have been agreed.
The proposals by the company, which trades as Christian Guild, mean Treloyhan Manor Hotel, in St Ives, Cornwall, will receive almost £4million of improvements.
As well as reinstating a number of original features in the Victorian building, it will also be brought up to modern hotel standards to become one of the flagship hotels of Christian Guild’s collection of hotels.
Plans for the former Sir Edward Hain mansion and its grounds were approved by the West Area Planning Sub Committee of Cornwall Council on September 22nd.
The scheme will see the building’s original Victorian conservatory and outdoor terraces reinstated, while new car parking spaces will be created.