Although rural this old "long house" is only just off the main road and I fell in love with the plank and muntin screen in the entrance passageway (an early form of vertical panelling). Also spotted a couple of original doors/hinges surviving on cupboards and a slate floor in the dining-room.
We went there with friends for Sunday lunch and arrived early for 1.00 booking although it was 3.30 when we left! Two of our party chose a soufflé for starter so that was a 20 min wait which they both declared well worth it. My other half has a penchant for a certain tonic with his gin (F which is the one they serve so off to a good start. Main courses came ready served on a plate with several vegetables (some grown on site) and too much for my small appetite. I would have preferred to have helped myself. Two of us had desserts which were also enthused over. Cost for four of us was around £130 which seemed a lot but perhaps as the lunch is charged at a set price for 2 or three course you pay that even if you have only one course? In any event - loved the ambience- go there if you aren't in a rush to leave- and enjoy.
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