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Laurent-Perrier Summer Menus: An introduction to this year’s menus

This year Laurent-Perrier is working with some of its partners across the UK to bring you the Summer Menus.

With the rise of the ‘staycation’, Champagne Laurent-Perrier has decided to expand its Summer Menus to partners outside of London. Whether you are travelling to another City for a weekend break or down to the coast for your summer holiday, there is an option for you. Each of the set menus has been created to pair with the iconic Cuvée Rosé and showcases each venues true characteristics. First created in 1968, Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé is chosen by some of the best venues in the World.

North of England and Scotland

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian – Edinburgh, Scotland

With unforgettable views in historic Edinburgh Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian has been an icon on Princes Street since 1903. The hotel combines modern luxury and Victorian style in a former rail station. Savour views of Edinburgh Castle, steps from the Princes Street Gardens. The Royal Mile and Edinburgh Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are within a mile.

Renowned for the spectacular afternoon tea offering, Peacock Alley represents the historical heart of Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian hotel. Located in the heart of the hotel, the stylish sophistication of the new Peacock Alley will re-connect you to all the glamour and traditions of the original Waldorf & Astoria Hotels in New York. 

The hotel’s talented pastry chefs love putting their expert creativity into each afternoon tea menu; the Summer Berries & Chocolate Afternoon Tea was created by Demi Chef de Partie Kiyoung Kim.

To book a spot to enjoy this Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Afternoon Tea experience click here, call +44(0)131 222 8832 or email


The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa – Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire

The Devonshire Arms was built in the 17th century and came under the ownership of the 4th Duke of Devonshire in 1753 as part of the Bolton Abbey Estate.

It was the 5th Duke, though, who cemented its place in history. Realising the importance of visitors to the area, the Duke established miles of footpaths. This gave the public a chance to admire the splendid views and take in the serenity of the land.

During the 19th century, the Royal Family visited Bolton Abbey for grouse shoots. The Devonshire Arms, which was often used for hospitality, expanded so that by 1840 it could stable twenty horses and four carriages.

In 1981, the hotel underwent a major refurbishment. Additional bedrooms were added, under the supervision of Her Grace the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire. The Duchess’s personal touch is still evident throughout. Today, much of the artwork has come from Chatsworth’s Devonshire Collection, one of the finest private art collections in Europe.

Today, the hotel retains all of the charm that has attracted visitors through the centuries. Luxury, countryside splendour, and the rugged beauty of the Dales. Here’s to many more centuries of inspiration.

Spend an evening under canvas sampling an incredible array of freshly caught seafood, including Yorkshire coast shellfish and Lindisfarne oysters. Accompanied by a chilled glass of Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé and far reaching views of the River Wharfe and Beamsley Beacon.

To enjoy the Laurent-Perrier Champagne and Seafood Terrace at The Devonshire Arms click here.


The Cavendish Hotel – Baslow, Derbyshire

Adam Harper, Executive Chef at the Cavendish Hotel

The Cavendish Hotel became the property of the Duke of Devonshire around 1830, and in the early 1970’s was rebuilt as the Cavendish by Chatsworth Estate. When the original character of the property was preserved, the Duchess of Devonshire selected the decor and furnishings, some of which came from Chatsworth House itself.

Located in one of the Peak District’s most picturesque villages, the blissfully luxurious Cavendish Hotel at Baslow is quite possibly the perfect countryside escape.

From fine dining in their three AA Rosette Gallery restaurant to relaxing in one of their 28 stylish, sumptuous bedrooms; the Cavendish has it all. Of course, the magnificent surrounding countryside will demand your attention, too.

Spend an evening under canvas dining on an array of informal but stylish seafood dishes, including the finest Yorkshire coast shellfish. Enjoy panoramic views of the wonderful Chatsworth Estate while sipping a chilled glass of Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé.

To enjoy the Laurent-Perrier Champagne and Seafood Terrace at The Cavendish Hotel click here

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