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Luton Hoo is a magnificent and luxurious historic country house hotel with five stars to its name as well as an 18 hole golf course, and over 1000 acres of parkland and gardens designed by
“England's greatest gardener” Capability Brown. With its posh pedigree and overwhelming grandeur, this hotel is home to Adam's Brasserie – a quaint eatery complete with beamed ceilings, plush red
carpets and a menu filled with old time favourites. Set in the Stables building, designed by Robert Adams, the walls in Adam's Brasserie are lined with film stills from movies filmed at Luton Hoo,
and the jovial atmosphere is ideal for lazy luncheons and romantic rendezvous.
After a long day on our feet, the remaining team headed to Adam's Brasserie for an alfresco dinner - a rare treat in England. The baked camembert and seared scallops were the top picks for me...
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