- Main course: £15
- Food spend: £25
- Opening hours
- Monday - Sunday: 12:00 - 22:00
Amazing service, lovely food, wonderful setting.
10 June 2017
A 15th-century manor house in rural Lancashire, Mitton Hall creates fine food using local produce. Showcasing stunning interior design, the restaurant serves rich British and European dishes, a hearty Sunday lunch, and classic afternoon teas.
From the flavour-packed Mitton Hall menu, expect the likes of pan-fried fillet of seabass with crushed new potatoes, spring greens and garlic velouté, or the Mediterranean vegetable risotto with parmesan shavings and truffle oil. Finish with one of the tempting desserts, including white chocolate, orange and ginger cheesecake with brandy snap curl, or apple pear and berry crumble.
Afternoon tea at the Mitton Hall restaurant is both relaxed and indulgent, with fresh sandwiches and a selection of cakes and scones served by the roaring fire in the main hall, in the bar, or in the elegant brasserie. When the weather allows, afternoon tea can be enjoyed from the sunny terrace.
Mitton Hall near Clitheroe is surrounded by idyllic scenery. Blackburn and Burnley are both a 20-minute drive away.
Mitton, Whalley, Clitheroe, BB7 9PQ
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Customer reviews for Mitton Hall
((((( 20 August 2017 by Sajida from Preston
Very accommodating! Plenty of veg options, loved all the food especially the homemade mixed berry jam that came for the scones, and service was fantastic :)
((((* 10 July 2017 by Gill Hickford from Manchester
It was my mum's birthday treat with her children. We chose strawberry's and cream afternoon tea which was lovely. We had 3 people serving us which became confusing as we had to ask for our drinks. Sat outside as was such a sunny day after our afternoon tea. I got married here 2 years ago and wanted to come back and show where I got married to my eldest brother from Australia. We had a very enjoyable afternoon.
((*** 10 July 2017 by Amanda Hennessey from lancs
Enjoyed a family meal but the sevice was very slow.
(**** 19 June 2017 by Liz Diamond from Manchester
Booked for afternoon tea. We arrived promptly and were shown to a table in the dining room. The afternoon tea arrived , nicely set out on a tiered stand, it is well - arranged , although this might be done partly to disguise the 3 finger sandwiches per person . Having delivered the tea , we were then left to enjoy it , but it does concern me that at no point does anyone come back to ask is everything is ok , or to see if we would like anything. After we had been having tea for about 20 minutes , I had to call over a waitress to request some more milk. At no point is there any offer of further hot water, another pot of tea / coffee. The afternoon tea is nice , but l think at £ 17 per head , it might be reasonable to expect more than 3 finger sandwiches - I think they are making a pretty good profit on the afternoon tea.
((((( 10 June 2017 by Gillian Morgan from Manchester
Amazing service, lovely food, wonderful setting.
((((( 7 June 2017 by Helen from Wigan
Excellent meal in wonderful surroundings with very friendly staff. I would definitely recommend to all friends and family.
(**** 8 May 2017 by Sally from Manchester
Booked afternoon tea. The waitress was a bit useless i.e. She didn't know what we were there for, didn't explain the choices and didn't really know what was available. The 3 sandwiches were poor, one being cucumber on sliced white bread, smoked salmon on a very chilled hard rye bread and the salami was nice but more bread than filling. The 2 scones were nice but the other cakes were only avarage and the jelly/ jam was runny and down the side of the container. There was as much tea as you wanted but a less than full glass of champagne. The room and surroundings were lovely but would not recommend the afternoon tea at all.
((*** 29 March 2017 by W Craven from Chorley
Very disappointed by the afternoon tea that was provided, sandwiches were dry and small, the only good items were the scones.
We have had better fare at smaller hotels and tea-rooms.
The afternoon tea advertised on line was quoted as £15.50 per head, I was charged £17.50 per head for a slightly different menu. It would be an advantage to customers to see different menus of the day or week. Service was good but I would not go again
(((** 23 March 2017 by Wendy Purdy from Preston
I took my Mum here for her 86th birthday for afternoon tea. It was a special occasion and the venue is beautiful. The staff were pleasant enough but I do not think the service was good. The young girl who served us was not attentive. It was not busy - only two tables occupied, do she wasn't rushed of her feet. She forgot to bring us tea, did not offer water, I had to ask for butter. Disappointing really.
((((( 26 February 2017 by Jayne Bradbury from Lancashire
Service excellent. Food excellent. Nice atmosphere.
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