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Manor House restaurant retains Michelin star

10.59am 28th January 2021 - Travel

Golfers visiting The Manor House in Wiltshire can not only enjoy one of the best courses in the South West, but also an exceptional dining experience as the hotel celebrates its fifth consecutive year of retaining a Michelin star at its Bybrook restaurant under executive chef Robert Potter’s leadership.

Potter and his team of talented chefs create delicious seasonal dishes crafted from local ingredients, enhanced by wines of the world expertly matched by its sommelier, and have again been rewarded with the coveted Michelin star award for their efforts. 

Bybrook Restaurant executive chef Robert Potter

Potter said: “We are so pleased to have retained our Michelin star status here at Bybrook for the fifth year running. The last year has presented an incredibly challenging landscape for the hospitality industry and we feel proud to have been able to showcase the best that Bybrook has to offer, each and every time we were able to open our doors.  My team and I look forward to many more opportunities to welcome guests to the restaurant throughout 2021, which we hope will see a fruitful return of the hospitality industry”.

Danny Pecorelli, managing director at the Exclusive Collection, which owns The Manor House, added: “We are so delighted to learn that the Michelin guide has recognised Rob Potter’s continued success and commitment to Bybrook at The Manor House.  It is of significance to us here at Exclusive Collection that our chefs’ passion for seasonal and sustainable produce has been celebrated, as we drive our sustainability mission forwards for the entirety of our luxury hotel collection. We wish Rob and his brigade the very best for 2021.” 

Boasting an 18-hole championship course designed by Peter Alliss and Clive Clark, the Manor House also offers a 14th century country house hotel, which is home to the Bybrook restaurant, as well as a gin bar, 21 guest rooms and suites and 29 cottages. 

Golf packages between April and September start at £199pp and include bed and breakfast in a Cosy room, a £30 per person allocation to use towards dinner at The Castle Inn, use of the driving range and 36 holes of golf. Guests can upgrade to the Michelin-starred Bybrook restaurant for £45pp. 

The packages are dependent on government restrictions and some facilities may not be able to open straight away following any easing of the lockdown. The pricing and packages will be adjusted accordingly and there is a free cancellation policy in place to allow flexibility. 

The Manor House offers an 18-hole championship golf course
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