Of course they've had to make some concessions to modern frail sensibilities. Instead of their old pitch - which was something like "we serve wild game, how neat is that?" - they now write things like "in today's health-conscious climate, game is increasingly considered a wholesome alternative to intensively bred domestic animals."
They also emphasize that their estate provides a sanctuary for endangered songbirds that can't hack it in Britain's over logged countryside and urban wasteland. The ethos of the Old World ethos combined with the whimsies of contemporary yuppiedom - super!
Since they serve wild game and you didn't even know that there was something called a "game season," you're highly advised to peruse their Guide To Game in advance. They have entries describing many of their dishes, from pheasants to venison to wild salmon. For instance: did you know that teal is a type of duck? And that it's "particularly delicious around Christmas"? See? Refined and educational!
Also make sure to check out their wine list, which is frankly exquisite. Prepare to pay more than $100/person for the food and - if we're doing the conversion math right - almost $1,000 for some bottles of wine.
If you really want immerse yourself in the heady days of the Empire you can book a luxury holiday on Rules' Lartington Estate. There you will be tended to by Dona the Housekeeper and by the estate Gameskeeper. For a mere 1,550 pounds per bedroom plus VAT - minimum 2 bedrooms - you can enjoy a weekend of hunting, riding, and other activities befitting men and women of rank.
On the off chance that you don't have $4,500 to blow on a weekend, may we suggest the slightly less expensive but still Olde England-esque hotel package being offered at the London Stafford? Our sister site HotelChatter wrote it up a few days ago if you're interested.