Following the statement from the Government, Swinton Park Hotel, Swinton Country Club & Spa, all restaurants, Swinton Cottages and Swinton Bivouac are fully closed until 30th April 2020.
Since the outbreak, the health and safety of our guests and staff members has been our primary concern having closely followed the guidance from the Government to prevent the spread of Covid 19.
If you have a booking with us before the 30th April, we will be contacting you directly to rearrange your booking. If you would like to contact us, please email email@example.com. Please note we are experiencing a high volume of calls at this time.
Gift vouchers that expire from now until 30th June 2020 will be automatically extended until 31st October 2020.
We would like to thank our colleagues, members and guests for their continued support. We will keep everyone updated throughout this difficult period.
We will be back!
The fine-dining seasonal restaurant, with produce from the estate's four acre walled-garden.
Samuel’s Restaurant - Swinton Park's award winning restaurant.
The Terrace offers an extensive range of modern and traditional food and drink, from brunch and morning coffee to a cocktail at the bar and dinner.
Food is served throughout the day, in the bar or the restaurant with its terraced gardens. Internationally inspired. Yorkshire made.
The conviviality of Afternoon Tea, with the grandeur of Swinton Park Hotel.
Delight in our selection of afternoon teas; in the bar, sitting room and drawing room, or on the lawn in summer.
A seasonal Sunday Lunch menu served in the elegant Samuel's Restaurant or Private Dining Room, both with stunning views over the deer park.
Housed in the ground floor of a converted Georgian stable wing, the Swinton Cookery School is adjacent to the hotel and is the perfect place to develop your culinary skill and knowledge.
A relaxed environment suited to the creation of good food and the enjoyment of fine wine.
With a range of day and residential courses for adults, teenagers, children and professional Chefs.
The café-bistro lies at the heart of the Swinton Bivouac site and is a fun diversion for guests and visiting walkers alike. Family-friendly and perfect those who want to simply enjoy the scenery.
With uncomplicated rustic dishes and snacks, feel free to pop in for coffee and cake, a light lunch, or make an evening of it and enjoy a delicious meal in our restored barn.
A personal journey and the Swinton Cookery School experience.
The Chef’s table is your occasion of culinary theatre. Engage with Chef Marc Williams as he cooks a gourmet meal with your friends, family and colleagues.
An exceptional luncheon or dinner, with fine wines and diversionary cuisine in our private dining room. An exemplary experience.
Seating up to twenty-four guests, our Head Chef will propose a seasonal menu or create a carte to suit your occasion, together with our Sommeliers choice or old friends of yours.
Party's can be accommodated in Samuel’s Restaurant or The Library.
Join celebrated gardener Dame Susan Cunliffe-Lister for a two course lunch, garden talk over coffee and a guided tour of the grounds. Each lunch is themed on a different topic, whether it be on the parkland and lakes, or the walled garden. Susan will give an insight into her gardening style, and guests will be given a tour up to the parkland to view the daffodils or rhododendrons and azaleas.
The menus for garden lunches will include several ingredients from the garden, with recipe cards from our chef. Susan will explain her choice of produce, with tips for cultivation and harvesting.
Arrive at 12pm to tea and coffee. With lunch served at 1pm in The Terrace.
£40 per person | To book, call our reservations team on 01765 680900
As one of the top 200 hotels in the UK with four AA stars and AA rosette accredited restaurants, Swinton Park currently matches the exacting guidelines of cleanliness required by the AA. The AA inspectors report of 26th February 2020 stated that, ‘Cleanliness remains a strength with excellent attention to detail noted throughout all areas; the housekeeping team should be thanked for maintaining such high standards’.
We are fortunate that, at the moment, we have not received exposure to Covid-19 and we continue to ‘deep’ clean each bedroom, cottage, tree lodge and yurt between departing and arriving guests. We have also put in place a stringent policy of regularly disinfecting ‘touchable’ surfaces in our public areas from door handles and door plates to card pin machines as an additional precautionary measure.
If you have any concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.