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Kilworth House Hotel
Lutterworth Road
North Kilworth

Market Harborough
Leicestershire

LE17 6JE | View map
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Kilworth House Hotel - The Perfect Place. Situated within thirty-eight acres of beautiful, rolling parkland deep in the heart of South Leicestershire, this imposing 19th Century country house has been meticulously restored to offer guests the opportunity to experience the delightful character of the period.

Now you can enjoy the Victorian finery and historic aspects of this once family home alongside a wealth of modern comforts and facilities. Not only does it boast forty four charming bedrooms with truly stunning views out over the grounds but it also offers impressive conference facilities, a choice of private restaurants, health and beauty treatment rooms and a fitness room.

So whether you are simply looking for a relaxing break or somewhere to impress an important business client, you will find Kilworth House more than accommodating.

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Nearest Train Station: Market Harborough
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Number of Rooms: 44
Number Ensuite: 44

Price per Room:

Double: From £135
Single: From £180
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Restaurant

Name: The Wordsworth / The Orangery
Chef: Carl Dovey

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Open All Year
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Sample Menu:


A la Carte Menu

Starters

Sautéed scallops - £11.95
with cauliflower pannacotta, chilli and vanilla jus

Pan-fried pigeon breast - £9.95
with winter root vegetable confit, caramelised red onions, vegetable crisps
balsamic syrup

Asparagus consommé - £8.50
poached quail egg with leeks and prunes

Lemon scented tiger prawns - £10.95
with citrus millifeuille and coriander dressing

Chicken liver and foie gras parfait - £12.95
with mini brioche loaf and wild mushrooms, sweet white wine jelly

Trio of tomato - £8.50
tomato tatan, gazpachio, tomato and mozzarella confit


Main Courses

Fillet of beef - £23.95
poached in mulled wine with wild mushroom and
pan-fried foie gras

Duo of lamb - £19.50
with tomato and garlic confit wilted spinach fondant potato
shallot jam

Pan-fried pheasant - £15.95
with parsnip tart, fig crisps, winter vegetables
whisky and cranberry jus

Supreme of salmon- £15.50
with galette potato, sautéed greens and balsamic tomatoes

Pan fried halibut - £19.95
with crab and avocado pancakes, pont neuf potato
Lobster cream sauce

Seabass and sole - £18.95
with aubergine caviar wilted spinach potato tower and
watercress sauce

Desserts

“Modern Interpretations, Not Classic Imitations”

Three flavours of banana - £8.50
banana tarte tatin, banana split, iced banana moon

Hot toffee pudding soufflé - £8.50
strawberry daiquiri, candy floss, cinnamon doughnut

The Sugar plate - £8.50
cold toffee fondant, icecream cornet, jelly and icecream, chocolate egg and soldiers

“The Classics” - £8.50
blackforest, baked Alaska, rhubarb triffle and knicker bocker glory

Assiette of pear - £8.50
poached passion pear, pear crumble and caramel pear milkshake

Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate - £8.50
jack-in-a-box, chocolate cigar and hot chocolate Orange

Selection of cheese and biscuits £7.95

Coffee and petit fours - £4.00 per person

A selection of dessert wines are available, please ask a waiter for our wine list

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