We booked in here for lunch to follow up an hours riding at Cholwell Farm nearby and it is a lovely place, cosy with fires and stone walls. There were a lot of other groups in for lunch so the service was quite slow and we were all ready for the food when it eventually arrived. As there were seven of us we managed to try a lot of what was on the menu and I can recommend the king prawn starter and the fish pie was excellent. I also tried a bit of the onion tart and smoked mackerel with Welsh rarebit on top and I would definitely pick one of those on another day. The bread and butter pudding with the marmalade sauce is wonderful. My husband was less impressed as he had the duck and asparagus spring rolls to start and claimed that there was no duck or no asparagus inside, his steak was not as well done as he would have liked but what topped it off for him was the fact that when eating the chocolate mousse the glass it was served in actually broke and a chunk of glass came off. I would still go back as it was fine for the rest of us!!