Posted by: westlancashirerecord | March 8, 2017

Moor Hall Opens In Aughton

“Moor Hall is situated in Aughton, West Lancashire in five acres of breathtaking formal and growing gardens with views to the south over a beautiful lake, said to be the remains of a medieval moat. A grade II* listed gentry house of mid-sixteenth century origin, Moor Hall is one of the most important listed buildings in the UK”.

Moor Hall was first recorded in 1282 and the present manor house was built in 1533. The site [advertised at £2,500,000 guide price] was acquired by Andy & Tracey Bell in 2015 and has since undergone a major renovation and refurbishment. In partnership with friend and business partner Mark Birchall, we have created a modern restaurant for fifty guests, a private dining room, relaxing bar and lounge with seven luxury bedrooms whilst the converted barn will follow later as a contemporary casual dining experience.

Why not buy a “gift voucher” for service like this “6 Course menu for 2 people including wine pairing £253; 6 Course menu for 2 people including wine pairing & a glass of our house champagne Esprit Nature NV Henri Giraud £286; 8 Course menu for 2 people including wine pairing £363; 8 Course menu for 2 people including wine pairing & a glass of our house champagne Esprit Nature NV Henri Giraud £396?

Or, for plebs, Dinner: £17.50; Monday to Saturday Lunch: £13.95 (2 courses), £15.95 (3 courses) Sunday Lunch: £15.95 (3 courses). Children (12 and under): £9.50 Go King Size for a supplement of £1.99!

Local opposition? Town Green Brasserie “Sunday Classics” 3 course lunch £18.50


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