This Historic Yorkshire Hall Is Opening A Twinkling Alpine Bar In Its Orchard

This Historic Yorkshire Hall Is Opening A Twinkling Alpine Bar In Its Orchard

It’s finally the time of the year when our favourite venues transform into charming, twinkling scenes – amplified by festive lights, decorations and all-round Christmas cheer. And this year (like all other years), that includes the stunning Grantley Hall.

An impressive stately home dating all the way back to the 1600s, Grantley Hall will transform its brand new orchard this winter, turning the luxurious space into an alpine-themed bar complete with all the festive trimmings.

Grantley Hall’s impressive decor during the summer | Grantley Hall

Aptly named Après at The Orchard, the re-vamped orchard will allow guests to escape to an Après Ski-like venue, complete with “alpine-inspired dishes, luxurious winter cocktails and glamorous interiors oozing chalet chic.”. Dishes will include warming dishes such as cheese fondue, French onion soup, smoked sausages, flatbreads and melted hot chocolate cakes for the sweet tooths among us.

Decor-wise, guests can expect alpine touches at every turn, alongside cosy blankets to warm up with, twinkling lights and festive decorations – which will offer the perfect backdrop for a mulled wine over the colder months.

In addition to Christmas classics such as mulled wine and mince pies, guests will also be able to enjoy a selection of wintery cocktails and boozy hot chocolates, with every item on the menu inspiring a warming feeling inside.

The Orchard | Grantley Hall

In addition to food and drink, The Orchard will host a number of events over the winter season, including its official opening party this November 6th in collaboration with Moët & Chandon (sold out!) and an evening of Christmas Carols, with all proceeds going to charity.

Après at The Orchard will open this November 6th, and close late March 2022. Book a table here.

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