One enters the Hotel Grounds by passing a classic Greco-Roman chapel [now a RC Church] and then by driving down a walled passage with beautifully coloured stone on either side.There is a good car-park with views over the fields and valley.
Lunch here starts with a sit down and drink in the drawing room surrounded by period furnishings and paintings. The Dining Room is similarly furnished and, having a window seat , we had lovely views down the valley.
There was a comprehensive menu and the service was respectful prompt and friendly. There were many waiters.
The food was very good and had well developed taste - not your average anodyne serving. We finished off with apple crumble and custard - back to adolescence
We tried to return two days later but they were fully booked. A great experience and the charges were not unreasonable. Will go again soon.
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