I stayed at the Parva Farmhouse, and ate in their Inglenook Restaurant on the first night. It is a very small, cosy, intimate restaurant with beams, exposed stone walls and a large inglenook fireplace. A charming place, and a lot more personal and comfortable than most of the other restaurants in Tintern (which all seemed cold and impersonal).
I had three courses for £21.00: Pilchard fishcakes; Shepherds pie; and Apple tart. The food is good, although I suspect that it is mostly pre-prepared (most of the mains are oven-cooked dishes). Still, it was good quality and tasty, and just what I needed.
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