From May 17th we are officially reopening our doors – all of them. And we can’t wait to welcome you all back to Healing Manor Hotel and The Pig and Whistle.

We have implemented guidance for bookings and future visits, whilst we find our feet in the ‘new world’. We ask that you take some time to read these and get in touch if you have any questions.

To book a table, enquire about an event or to ask any questions, please get in touch via T. (01472) 884544 or E. reception@healingmanorhotel.co.uk

Booking Terms and Conditions

Guests dining before 7pm will be allocated a 2-hour time slot. When menus are available after 7pm, you are welcome to your table for the remainder of the evening, until the end of service. Guests can now book tables for up to 6 people or two households as per the new Government guidelines.

Please arrive no later than 10 minutes after your booking, as we will not be able to reserve your table after this time. We also ask that you arrive no more than 5 minutes prior to your booking, as we have a strict time allocation for all reservations. This is to allow for our team to ensure that all deep cleaning regulations set out by Healing Manor Hotel are met.

If your booking of two households is 7 or more, please get in touch with our Team directly, to enquire about booking. Please note that these updates are in place, following the most up to date government guidance. We ask that you wear face masks upon arrival. Our Team already wear them anyway. If you are exempt from wearing a face mask for medical reasons, please just let us know.

To book a table for 6 or less guests, click here or to enquire about larger bookings, which fall in line with Government guidance E. reception@healingmanorhotel.co.uk

 

Reservation fee

A £10 per person pre-authorisation is required to confirm your booking. While no money will be taken from your account, if you do not provide us with at least 24 hours notice to cancel your table or an individual who is no longer able to attend your booking, a £10 reservation fee will be charged from the card in which you used to pre authorise your booking. This fee is non-refundable or transferrable, unless the restaurant has to cancel or postpone your booking due to any Government enforcement. Please note that if you are booking for the Tasting Menu, we require a £40 per person pre-authorisation, and at least 48 hours notice, for a refundable cancellation, due to the special order requirements for this menu.

 

Booking Your Table

Pre-booking is essential, and we cannot guarantee you a table, or service, without a booking. Our menu, as ever is full of delicious locally sourced, seasonal and sustainable dishes. If you have any dietary requirements or specific requests, please let us know upon booking, or at least 48 hours prior to your booking.

If you book a table in The Pig and Whistle or The Portman and wish to dine outside upon arriving, we cannot guarantee this, but will offer a table to you if one is available.

To book a table, please click here, or for booking of more than one household or support bubble, please E. reception@healingmanorhotel.co.uk

 

Be kind to our Team

Please note that while we are thrilled to be reopening in our full capacity, the safety of our staff and our guests is the highest of our priorities. So, we need to ask a few things of you. Firstly, please adhere to Government guidelines. Stay socially distanced from those not in your party and wear a mask when moving around the site, when you aren’t in your room or sat at your table. Please bear with us while we adjust to bringing the manor back to life  and fully find our feet. We know our terms and conditions might be a little wordy, they are there for your safety and for ours.

 

Dogs & Other Animals

Dogs are welcome in The Pig & Whistle and outside areas. They can dine from their favourite dog-friendly menu. We ask that you ensure they are kept on a lead and not allow other guests to pet your dog, unless they are in your social ‘bubble’. If you are planning your pooch, please do let us know upon booking so we can sure we have a table to allocate to you and your four-legged friend.

 

Children

If you are dining with children, please be responsible for their movements, as we have to ensure that all of our guests are able to enjoy a pleasurable dining experience and that social distancing guidelines are not encroached. Please stay a minimum of 1m from those not in your party in line with current Government social distancing restrictions.

 

Upon Arrival

If you are running a little early, please avoid waiting at the bar and bear with our team while they get your table ready and ensure that all cleaning procedures have been met. Please ensure that all parties utilise the hand sanitising unit which is placed outside the entrance, upon arrival.

 

Track and Trace

Upon arrival, you will see a QR code placed at the door. These will also be made available on your menu. We politely ask that you scan this with the camera of your smart phone and fill in the details. This is our track and trace measure, to ensure that all guests can be contacted if we are informed of any issues surrounding COVID-19. If you do not have a smart phone available, please ask a member of our team to fill this in for you. While the response does prompt you not to enter the building if you have shown symptoms in the past 14 days, we also require that if you are showing symptoms in the days running up to your booking, that you rearrange for a time deemed safe and in accordance with the Government’s guidance around self-isolating and socialising.

 

Rest Room Facilities

Guests of Healing Manor Hotel and The Pig and Whistle are welcome to use rest room facilities when joining us. If you are staying in one of our bedrooms, we do encourage you to use the toilet facilities in your own room. However, if you are just visiting for food and/or drinks, our rest room facilities are cleaned and deep cleaned regularly.

We do ask that you as customers take note and adhere to the following guidelines.

  1. Utilise the hand sanitiser on or near your table, prior to visiting the restroom (this avoids any transfer of germs onto the door handles)
  2. Avoid queuing, or if this is required, please keep a minimum of 1m apart.
  3. Once you have used the restroom facilities, please utilise the cleaning wipes and wipe the seat after use.
  4. Wash your hands, as per Government guidance, before touching any door handles. 

 

Our Grounds

Please note that our grounds are our own private gardens. If you are joining us over night, for a drink, or to enjoy some of our delicious award-winning food, please enjoy them at your own leisure.

We are home to a swan, some ducks and other wildlife. We ask that you respect their space. They especially don’t like it when young children and sometimes adults too, run at them or scream at them, so we politely ask that you refrain from doing this. They are friendly and might come and visit you for a bite to eat. We do ask that you don’t feed them, unless a member of our team is able to provide you with ‘duck snacks’. They live on a very healthy and species-friendly diet. Sid (aka the swan) might give you ‘the hungry eyes’ but he’s a great con artist, so don’t fall for it.

If you are booking to enjoy Afternoon Tea or any other menus which will be on offer throughout the summer in our grounds, please refrain from bringing any drinks or food on site with you. We are not licensed for this and it puts our Team in an awkward position when they have to take it off you, or ask you to leave. Our chefs are all in AA and removed bottles of beer/spirits or anything else you might think about bringing with you, won’t be good for their livers, or their concentration when they are cooking your food…

Please do not fish in our waters.

Please do not encourage your dogs to jump in our waters. The moat in particular is mineral rich, which isn’t very good for your four-legged friends tummy’s.

Please keep an eye out on our ‘What’s On’ page for summer events and outdoor picnics.

Thank you for taking the time to read this. Safety and service is our upmost priority.