• Netherstowe House

    • Netherstowe House

    • Netherstowe House

    • Netherstowe House

    • Netherstowe House

    • Netherstowe House

    • Netherstowe House

    • Netherstowe House

    • Netherstowe House

    • Netherstowe House

    • Netherstowe House

    • Netherstowe House

    Netherstowe House

    Netherstowe Lane, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 6AY British

    Awarded an AA Rosette award for Culinary Excellence and recommended in the Michelin Guide, Netherstowe House is a family-owned restaurant offering a friendly, personal touch. The team are proud to have been voted ‘Restaurant of the Year’ at the Taste of Staffordshire Good Food Awards, while a matching champagne and wine list offers a superb selection of bottles.

    A place for all seasons, guests can enjoy aperitifs on the lawn during the summer months, or the glow of an open fire for a warm welcome during the winter months. Within the privacy of your own room, which will be yours for the evening, enjoy flavoursome, classic dishes with a modern twist, freshly produced on site using the finest seasonal ingredients.

    Every fine dining table has fresh flowers, candles at night, crisp white linen, fine china and gleaming silver, and cakes can be arranged for guests celebrating a special occasion.

    Please note that minimum spends for each private dining room range between £14.95 and £35 per head.

    Private dining rooms include:

    Holly Room: Seats minimum 8 and maximum 10 diners around one table. Accessed via the Ivy Room, guests will need to ascend a staircase of 8 steps to gain entry.

    Ivy Room: Seats minimum 11 and maximum 14 diners around one table. Guests will need to ascend a staircase of 8 steps to gain entry.

    Dining Room: Seats minimum 20 and maximum 30 diners around 5 tables (6 guests each). The room is available to parties of under 20 guests, however a room hire charge may be applicable.

    Cellars Steakhouse Brasserie: Seats maximum 30 diners, and a room hire charge may be applicable subject to specific requirements. Due to the age of the property there is no lift access, and the room is entered via the original cellar stair entrance (10 steps).

    Netherstowe House

    Netherstowe House

    Netherstowe House

    Netherstowe House

    Netherstowe House

    Netherstowe House