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Dining, food & drink at Macdonald Hotels & Resorts

Eat & Drink at Solberge Hall, North YorkshireAA 3 Stars

Solberge HallNewby Wiske, Northallerton, North YorkshireNr. South OtteringtonDL7 9ERTel 01609 779191International +44 1609 779191

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Solberge Hall offers both fine and casual dining at its best. Savour specialty dishes at our elegant Dining Room where you can enjoy traditional food with a modern twist in a stylish yet intimate setting. For a less formal dining experience, select from the bar menu in our Lounge or perhaps indulge in afternoon tea while enjoy views over the gardens and surrounding countryside.

We source our ingredients from local suppliers where possible, ensuring that every dish our highly skilled chefs prepare uses only the finest, freshest produce.

Unfortunately, consumption of your own alcohol is not allowed in this hotel, however should you bring your own alcohol into the hotel from outside, a corkage charge will apply which will be applied to your bill on departure or requested from you during your event.

Dining, food & drink at Macdonald Hotels & Resorts

Our Chefs

Our chefs have the freedom to create menus that are unique and make the most of fresh, seasonal ingredients.

Dining, food & drink at Macdonald Hotels & Resorts


Our chefs work from whole raw ingredients, do not overly prepare and plan our menus by the season to ensure wherever possible UK produce comes first.

Our restaurants and bars

The Dining Room at Solberge Hall1 Rose

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The Dining Room at Solberge Hall serves traditional and continental dishes prepared using the finest local ingredients.  Guests can choose from extensive selection of dishes or daily specials while enjoy the views from our intimate restaurant.  

Lounge & Bar at Solberge Hall

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Relax with drinks by the open fire in our lounge while you enjoy views over the garden and Yorkshire countryside.  Or step out onto the terrace and delight in cream tea on a sunny afternoon.