Mothering Sunday is 22nd March and in celebration we’ve created a wonderful menu so you can treat your Mum.
Our Head Chef Gareth has worked hard on preparing a lovely seasonal menu with tempting main courses and delicious desserts.
We would love you to join us at The Speech House with Mum to celebrate her special day. And all the Mum’s get to take home a lovely flower gift from the table.
Roast Cauliflower and Perl Wen Soup ∙ Hazelnut Tuile
Honey Roast Ham Terrine ∙ Black garlic and Ale Chutney ∙ Sour Dough
Smoked Mackerel Beignets ∙ Cucumber Salad ∙ Wye Valley Gin and Sour Cream Dressing
Confit Mushrooms ∙ Blue Cheese Crumble ∙ Wild Garlic Mayonnaise
Topside of Welsh Beef ∙ Yorkshire Pudding ∙ Roast Vegetables ∙ Traditional Gravy
Stuffed Pork Belly ∙ Baked Apple Puree ∙ Roast Vegetables ∙ Traditional Gravy
Supreme of Salmon ∙ Baked Potato ∙ Asparagus ∙ Chive Butter Sauce
Cheddar and Onion Parcel ∙ Roast Salsify ∙ Cider Pickle
Chocolate and Praline Tart ∙ Bueno Ice Cream
Rhubarb and Custard Sundae
Banoffee Profiteroles ∙ Salted Caramel Crumble
A selection of locally sourced Ice creams and sorbets (v)
Selection of British Cheese ∙ Chutney ∙ Crackers ∙ Grapes ∙ Celery
2 courses – £22.50
3 courses – £25.00
Dear Speech House Friends.
It is with great sadness that we have decided to close the hotel until further notice.
We cannot estimate when we are likely to reopen but will do so as soon as the Government indicates that it will be safe to do so.
If you have a reservation for accommodation or a function before May 31st we hope that we will be move your booking to a later date in the year. We say May 31st but obviously that may be too optimistic.
You will be able to contact us by e mail ( email@example.com ) if you do not receive an answer on the phone 01594 822607. We are planning to man the office during limited hours of the day.
We would like to thank all of you for your custom and support over the years and hope that it will not be too long before we can welcome you to The Speech House Hotel.
Best wishes and good luck in the months ahead.
Peter and Gill Hands