Aww, Tree Tops! The name reminds me of the Enid Blyton books I used to read as a kid. You know, the ones where the kids wandered the Enchanted Wood, climbed up the Faraway Tree and there was a different parallel universe waiting for them each time? It was three siblings wasn't it, Jo, Bessie and Fanny, and of course when Enid wrote these, names such as the latter weren't euphemisms for anything else, hence why we tittered and she did not at the books that also involved cousin Dick.
Anyway, while Tree Tops isn't exactly enchanted, it's what you'd want from your archetypal hotel restaurant. Having built up a bit of a reputation for its cuisine with plenty of veggie options, it leans more towards local produce and is surrounded by possibly the loveliest scenery you could imagine. And it has a terrace! Yep, for those sunny Formby days and balmy evenings, you can step onto a light-drenched outdoor area and enjoy either nibbles or light meals or something long and drawn out, plus there's a conservatory if you just want the view.
It's a pretty spectacular venue for any kind of function and both the restaurant and hotel come equipped to deal with that, be it a birthday, wedding, party, anything. It's privately owned meaning that there's a definite focus on family and the customer, and with a capacity of 250 you're never going to be jostling for seats.
If the weather's good, dine al fresco on the terrace; Tree Tops is positioned in a lovely woodland setting, and the sights and smells of the country while enjoying their well reputed cuisine is just wonderful. A la carte and table d'hote dishes are available as well as snacks. I visited for Sunday lunch recently and while it was your standard fare, the food really was beautiful and less than £20 for three courses and a drink.
Tree Tops also host special events catering for parties and weddings.
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