GOLDEN DAYS OF AUTUMN
The golden hue created by the sun low in the sky, reflecting through the singed leaves, the abundance of fruits and new season vegetables, the migration of birds and the rutting deer are all memories of Autumn. Marking the transition from summer to winter, September see's the duration of daylight becoming noticeably shorter and the temperature cools down considerably. One of its main features is the shedding of leaves from deciduous trees.
There's a chill in the air and leaves are changing colour, and the abundance of the harvests fruits provide seasonal dishes to warming the soul!
Pumpkin soup, apple crumble, blackberry jam, corn on the cob.
Heart warming foods to stave off chilly evenings. The abundance of the harvested fruits combined with new season vegetables.Take a look at our market menu. We love the glow of Autumn and our Chef at the Richmond Hill Hotel is showcasing sumptuous autumnal influenced dishes made from local produce served in the Pembrokes Restaurant.For more information on our Market Menu please visit our website - http://www.richmondhill-hotel.co.uk/en/dining.html
NATURE TAKES ITS COURSE
The Rutting Season begins and the excellent health and vigour of the herds is most evident. The magnificent sights and sounds of the rut never fail to impress....
The nights draw in and the fun begin's, spooky nights followed by Fireworks and Christmas lights!