This old inn, with it's wonderful natural setting and tremendous views, should have much to recommend it. Unfortunately this wasn't the case when we ate there on a recent evening.
Although staff were friendly and helpful there was an early indication that all might not be well. The white wine wasn't chilled and bar staff explained the cooler didn't work well.
For my main course I ordered pheasant breast from the Specials board. Sadly it proved inedible, being so tough I couldn't cut it with the knife. I complained, something I rarely do, and received a message back from the chef to the effect it was because pheasant was out of season! Why, then, was it on the Specials Board? To be fair we were then offered complimentary desserts but they weren't very tasty either.
It is disappointing that somewhere with so many natural advantages doesn't try to excel in other respects. It seemed as though the place was just taking advantage of local tourism to not make much effort itself.
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