This is actually an old family palatial home that had served as a school before it was sold to the current owners after years of disuse (the school was moved to a new location). It is a beatiful building and has undergone extensive renovation, but the rsetoration is still in progress. The cafeteria is nice and the staff friendly, but the food (I had a wrap, my companion a sandwich) was average. It has only been open a short while so I hope the whole experience improves over the coming months.
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