Michelin-starred restaurant Bybrook, located within the historic hotel The Manor House, has reopened following a complete refurbishment.

The restaurant features new interiors conceived by Trevillion. The makeover brings a more visually fresh and modern feel to Bybrook, whilst remaining sympathetic to the history of the property and the heritage of the Cotswolds, with design influences inspired by the kitchen garden and Bybrook river.

New additions to Bybrook include a new wine area featuring a bank of EuroCave wine display fridges where all the wines on offer can be perused by diners, discussed with the sommelier, and chosen to accompany the dining experience.

The dining room meanwhile, delivers a fresh, crisp, contemporary experience, with additions such as the new light fixtures giving the space more ambiance, comfortable banquette seating and a garden influence coming from a combination of planters and artwork inspired by nature printed on antique mirror.

Along with the refresh, comes new dishes from Executive Chef Rob Potter and his team who are influenced by the seasons and inspired by the best of British produce, local farms and what’s harvested from within the grounds of The Manor House. New menu highlights include Salcombe crab with blood orange and grapefruit; salt aged duck with liver, morel and beetroot; and apple with almond, Neston Park honey and Madagascan vanilla.

Private dining has also been part of the refurb, with The Saxon Room, offering a private dining space for up to 12 people to enjoy the tasting menu, or The Brook, a semi-private area of the restaurant for up to 40 people. The restaurant also extends out to an updated outdoor area, which will be opening just in time for Easter. Celebrating the abundant Kitchen Garden where just minutes after being harvested, gardeners are on hand to share their crops with the kitchen close by, a small collection of raised beds will be installed to grow an exceptional variety of vegetables besides the outdoor seating.