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Elegance is in the details at Dining Room at Blantyre, including the table settings. When your host shows you to a table, it will be perfectly set with crisp linens, sterling silver flatware, fine china, fresh flowers and crystal. Blantyre (which was originally called Highlawn) was established in the late 1890s, so it only seems fitting the Dining Room's glassware would pay homage to the era the estate was born. You'll sip wine and champagne from William Yeoward crystal, which is made in England and sports reproduced patterns inspired by the Georgian era of the 1800s and 1900s.
The flatware and china change often — Blantyre owns a variety of antique and ornate china and flatware patterns that are rotated for special events and everyday dinners in the Berkshires restaurant. Candles adorn the tables, adding a bit of romance to the traditional room, and your evening.