So lovely is the setting for this restaurant that I couldn't resist giving it 5 stars. My husband and I were there for lunch. All service staff were helpful and polite, even when we met them outside as we were taking a walk around the outstandingly beautiful grounds. We were provided with a grounds map and a history of the property, which was opened in 1930 and has hosted many notable guests. For lunch we each had soup and sandwich. The vichyssoise was delicious, but the pea soup was a bit too minty. Our sandwiches, grilled chicken sandwich with quinoa salad and turkey sandwich with truffle potato salad, were very good, but not extraordinary. The final touch was a finger bowl and a chocolate truffle. Even for lunch you're not likely to spend less than $50, but you certainly feel that you've had a special experience. I plan take our next out-of-town guests there.