After looking round the village, opted for The Pottery for an early evening meal. The empty restaurant should have been a warning, but it was early in the week in a small village and I thought I might be the first diner, only to find that was still the case when I left.
The restaurant itself, set in a side conservatory with my table next to the fire, seemed quite nice, but it didn't get any better than that. No great menu choice and went for the safe bet of haddock and chips, regular rather than large because I wasn't feeling over hungry, but the portion was small rather than regular with the fish served on top of the chips on a child's size plate and I finished up supplementing the meal with six sachets of tartare sauce from the condiments dish.
End of season, early in the week, early in the evening, perhaps I just turned up at the wrong time.