I had lunch in the dining of Hartwell House at past 1:00 on that day. It was a Historic House Hotels of the National Trust.
Hartwell House is located on Oxford Road Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, one of the Stately Homes of England.
The impressive Grade I listed house, which has both Jacobean and Georgian facades, contains most beautiful rooms with rococo ceilings, antique furniture and paintings, yet with every imaginable contemporary comfort.
Its most famous resident was Louis XVIII, exiled King of France, who lived there with the Court for five years from 1809 to 1814. Louis XVIII was joined at Hartwell by his Queen, Marie-Josephine de Savoie.
Situated in 90 acres of landscaped parkland, Hartwell House provides a country house setting, adding lustre to every social occasion.
Would you like to know about the dishes what I ordered? It is not a great problem, the dishes were good or not. It is important to take a meal at this historical house.
After the meal I left for London.