At the time of writing (August 2014) there is an offer for guests who have a minimum of a two course lunch - free entry into the village after lunch is completed. This makes their lunch a very attractive proposition.
On the day I went I was with my husband and another couple, there was a blip with the ordering, this was corrected in a very professional way - but it really shouldn't have happened in the first place.
The starters were interesting but the main course menu, when simplified, is basically sausage and mash, fish and chips, burgers and chips, gammon and egg and chips, carbonara with chicken breast and a couple of vegetarian options. In other words, a bar menu. I'd checked the menu the day I'd booked and it was the same on the day we went, five days later. The actual presentation, like the description on the menu, was quite fancy and everything tasted very good indeed but there was nothing exciting - but then the prices were very reasonable and it was very good value for money. Portions were not huge but they were more than adequate for lunch time.
One staff member, Jose Alonso, was outstanding and the others were extremely pleasant and helpful. All were professionally dressed, tables had cloths and the cutlery was appropriate to the course. There was definitely an aura of professionalism that is often missing in hotels these days.
I'm quite local and will definitely be going back. Even without the free entry to the village it was good value but not exciting enough to make a special journey just for the food.
It cost around 20GBP per person for two courses and a soft drink, side orders were around 5GBP each and we all had free entry to the village.
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