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FEATURE Kettering Park Hotel & Spa


Happy to be back in the great outdoors


Kettering Park Hotel & Spa is truly delighted to be welcoming back guests after a long year of uncertainty for everyone. During the lockdown the hotel has been very busy and has made


many changes to share with guests that need to be experienced in person. T e outdoor dining space, or al fresco area, has been restyled


so guests can be outside but cosy for the early summer months. It’s the perfect hot spot, with views of the landscaped gardens. Faux sheepskins, blankets and really good heaters are provided for when the sun goes down, but the conversation continues. T e gardens are looking really special this year and have plenty of tables and deckchairs for the warmer days and, of course, guests can


visit for meals, just drinks, or both. T e Warner’s gin range plus Fever-Tree tonics await, as well fabulous wines, fi zz of all kinds and a range of T waites real ales.


T e dining area is open for lunch, dinner and


afternoon tea. Afternoon tea off ers a new selection for 2021 and the pastry section of the kitchen have been busy redesigning the spread to include seasonal cakes and pastries and an indulgent chocolate truffl e as well as the hotel’s very own recipe fruit cake, and the must-have - warm scones, clotted cream and preserves. On other food matters, a new summer menu


written by executive chef Steve White using local ingredients will be served from May 17 when, if


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ALL THINGS BUSINESS


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