Jaw-dropping Keythorpe Hall – built in 1783 – is a secret jewel in the region’s food and drink crown. Its regular Dining Club events are memorable adventures in gastronomy, prepared by award-winning chefs and held in one of the most luxurious and interesting settings imaginable.
The hall sits in 20 acres and boasts an incredible restored walled garden tended by head gardener and wild-food expert Claudio. The kitchen, launched by Michelin-starred chef Nurdin Topham, turns Claudio’s produce into spectacular dishes. The best way to try these dishes is at Keythope Hall’s Dining Club, which is open to all and provides the perfect opportunity to discover this stunning venue with its unique passion for food and drink.
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