Walk through the door of Bailiffscourt and you take a step back in time, as narrow passageways with flagstone floors lead you through a series of intimate lounges and sitting rooms, decorated with antiques, tapestries and beautiful fresh flowers. Gaze out through the Gothic mullioned windows at the delightful gardens and the rose-clad courtyard and sink into a comfortable sofa or armchair, warmed by a crackling log fire on cooler days, while experiencing the very best of service and hospitality. The elegant Tapestry Restaurant at Bailiffscourt Hotel with its medieval architecture, mullioned windows and tapestry-hung walls offers the perfect venue for a relaxing lunch or a romantic dinner. The Head Chef, Russell Williams who has worked with such notable chefs as Nico Ladenis, has created a menu of modern English cuisine that includes a fresh new interpretation of classic dishes. During the summer months the rose-clad Courtyard provides an attractive and informal setting for light lunches and traditional afternoon teas. Private dining is available for groups of up to 80 guests in a variety of atmospheric venues from the Tapestry Restaurant to the Music Room with its traditional log fire to the romantic medieval chapel in the grounds.