A restaurant with roots in our heritage
A Dining Experience to Remember
Historically and horticulturally speaking, a ‘Bothy’ was a Scottish term for a basic accommodation, usually reserved for gardeners or workers on any reasonably sized estate. Incidentally, many of Wentworth’s Head Gardeners hailed from North of the border, so the association was a natural one. Sadly, Wentworth’s own original Bothy was demolished long ago but its heritage lives on through our restaurant.
The Bothy offers an unparalleled level of dining within the locality, set within a contemporary ‘Arts & Crafts’ environment.
Using only the finest and freshest locally sourced ingredients, our dedicated and highly skilled restaurant team have brought together a seasonal menu of both classic and creative dishes.
Heavily influenced by the textile designs of William Morris, The Bothy has a look that draws on the British Arts & Crafts movement of the late 19th Century. The wallpapers dance with intricate patterns featuring both avian and botanical imagery whilst the fabric choices were inspired by classic ‘trellis’ pattern designs, a perennial favourite of Morris. Victorian ‘glasshouse’ style flooring allied to distressed woods and eclectic combinations of banquet and ‘tub’ chair seating create a relaxed, lived-in feel, all contributing to a unique dining experience.
The Bothy is open Monday to Sunday 9 am - 5.30 pm
Breakfast is served 9 am - 11.30 am
Lunch is served 11.30 am - 4 pm