Have an evening or sunday dinner based around you,

Whether you are looking for an intimate dinner for two, a group party booking or simply a relaxing evening out, the service and quality offered by The Venus Restaurant will fulfil everybody's wishes.

The Venus Restaurant has recently been refurbished to a very high standard offering the perfect venue for a relaxing lunch or evening out. The main restaurant with its low beamed ceilings and stone backed fire place is beautifully decorated giving a warm and charming atmosphere whilst keeping the traditional feeling of the past history of the building.

The Venus Restaurants History

The Venus Restaurant is a Listed Building dating back to the 1700's and was previously known as Church Farm. Prior to the 1900's Dinnington was primarily a farming community.

Falcon Square previously contained 6 farms within 100 yards of each other, but whilst many of the old farm buildings still exist the actual farms have all gone. Besides the Church Farm house, which is now Venus Restaurant, the dairy still exists and the farm buildings were turned into a garage in the 1950's. The last person to use the farm was Robert Fisher who moved to continue farming at Throapham. Church Farm, along with other farms in the square which were all part
of the Athorpe Estate, were sold off in January 1935.






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