Samuel’s Restaurant was built by Samuel Cunliffe-Lister in 1880 as part of major works that were carried out at Swinton Park when he bought the estate on retirement from his mill (Manningham Mill) at Bradford. You will see portraits of him on the walls, along with one of his children above the fireplace.
A spacious and airy room, with sweeping views over the gardens and Home Lake, the most distinctive features are the ornate gold leaf ceiling and enormous mantlepiece.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served here throughout the week, with the option of a lighter menu served in the Bar. Children under the age of 8 are not permitted to dine the restaurant in the evening.
Breakfast is served from 7.30am until 10.00am, lunch from 12.30pm until 2.00pm, and Dinner from 7.00pm until 9.30pm.
We strongly recommend that guests reserve tables in Samuel’s for lunch and dinner, as occasionally the hotel may be fully booked with a private event.
Please note that Samuel’s Restaurant is closed for lunch on Mondays, except for private group bookings.
A smart dress code applies when dining in Samuel’s Restaurant. We ask that guests do not wear shorts, t-shirts, jeans, trainers or beachwear/shoes.
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This is the most beautiful time of year at Swinton Park. The Walled Garden beds are brimming over with peonies, delphiniums and roses as well as young vegetables and fragrant herbs. Enjoy these at our Garden Lunches and Garden Design Days while learning how to create a productive garden.
A fundraising exhibition showcasing some of the North’s most respected and contemporary artists will take place at Swinton Park from 18th June to 18th July 2014, with a Private View event on the evening of Thursday 26th June. Click New Lights for details and Private View tickets.