Reviewing not a stay here, but just experiences of a lunch.
Firstly, access to the front door: it really isn't acceptable to have several handrail-less steps between ground level and front door. I suffer from mobility problems, and the access here is both hazardous and causes needless indignity. I do feel very strongly about this matter; not sure how present laws regulate such a problem, but would have thought that I had some rights under the 2010 Equality Act.
Anyhow, the food was little short of exquisite and the ambience and the service most accommodating too. Price of incidentals, including drinks and coffee and tea is very steep
indeed, though, eg £50 for a typical bottle of wine or nearly £6 for a cup of coffee and a couple of confections is a bit too much, for anywhere short of Ritz or Savoy territory.
If you own or manage Restaurant at Samling, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.