The Country House was designed by renowned architect of yesteryear, Richard Castle, and was built in 1750 for the wealthy landowner, John Preston. Over the years the house has changed hands between families, aristocracy, and the Sisters of Sion, and it is only as recently as 2003 that it stands as the majestic hotel and spa we see today.
The building remains a testament to the eighteenth century Palladin style, the mansion is home to a host of bedrooms spread out over the main house, pavilions, stables, and The Ruin. With regards to food, Bellinter house will leave you spoilt for choice. The main restaurant, The Eden Restaurant, provides seasonally based meals that are all locally sourced where possible, and you are left with the choice of dining area in the house – from the vaulted cellar, to drawing room.