Been coming here for quite a few years usually for Brunch when we have visitors, never been let down! Decided to take my friend for Sunday Lunch. Always advisable to book as very popular especially as 2 sittings 12 or 1.30pm. Was a little dissapointed to only get the Sunday Lunch Menu which was quite limited (unlike the normal one)The roast was lamb or beef and we had one of each which came out in seconds. Was quite basic roasties on plate with meat gravy and yorkshire with side dishes of carrots, cabbage and new potatoes. However was excellently cooked and tasted delicious - 2 clean plates. If nit picking could fault the cabbage as sitting in water but otherwise beautifully served and presented. Mint sauce, mustard and yorkshire salad also came without asking. Good portion size and too full to be tempted by the sweet menu or apetising cakes on display. Had a tea each which came in a pot with enough hot water for about 4 full cups and no one minded that we lingered over this whilst having a goodly natter!
What really makes this venu special is that it is a barn conversion and the charming little restaurant is upstairs and has been very well renovated with an open ceiling showing all the beams etc very unique and slightly unexpected. The staff are also caring and work extremely hard.
The farm shop is a delight and the new addition of the chocolate shop adds something a little special! There is also a craft shop and we spent a pleasant half hour mouching round.
Good to see the cafe has extended and put tables outside which were also full!
In all a delightful venue giving an overall enjoyable experience all round.
NB be warned it is not open on a Monday but has ample off road parking.
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