Following a brief winter closure, Knoll House is open for business. For the first time since opening 86 years ago, the hotel will be opening its doors to welcome non-residents.
A brand new bistro has been added to the iconic Studland hotel and showcases classic dishes with a contemporary twist, serving ingredients sourced from local suppliers, as well as afternoon tea and children’s high tea.
Famous past guests include actress Vivien Leigh as well as children’s authors, Roald Dahl and most notably Enid Blyton who frequented Knoll House whilst writing her Famous Five novels. Sir Winston Churchill, King George VI and General Dwight D. Eisenhower also took lunch in the dining room after witnessing the D-Day rehearsals on Studland Beach.
Tracy Tennant, General Manager at Knoll House explains: “We are excited at the prospect of welcoming locals to Knoll House, showcasing our new delightful Bistro.”
Knoll House is also offering an exclusive overnight package over the course of the next week for couples looking to celebrate Valentine’s Day surrounded by the beautiful Purbeck landscape. After a day of romantic walks to Old Harry Rocks and thenontobeautiful private beaches, guests can enjoy a three-course dinner, followed by breakfast the next morning.
The Valentine’s Day package is available from Saturday February 10 to Sunday February 18, with rates from just £150.
Tracy added:“We offer a picturesque, tranquil stay for you and your loved one to enjoy Valentine’s Day together. At Knoll House, you can escape the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life and concentrate on reconnecting and celebrating your relationship.”
For more information visit www.knollhouse.co.uk or call 01929 450450.