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Thirteen of us met as a 50 year anniversary celebration of becoming music students at Dartigton College of Arts. Tables were changed round so we could communicate with each other and staff were very friendly. As it was very hot weather we moved outside part...More
This is the first time to this pub. We attended for supper during the Dartington Literary Festival in between talks. So they were fairly busy to be fair. Also they may have reduced the menu for this event - so these comments should be considered...More
Husband and I decided to go to Dartington on our date day. We know it well as we live fairly close and the gardens are great for taking the children to, huge wide spaces to run in and glorious planting to admire. However having always...More
We were very disappointed by our lunchtime visit to the restaurant on Easter Saturday 15th April. We were put at a table in a busy corridor by a door which was in constant use by people coming in and out, letting in the cold. The...More
My first time at Dartington hall which is an impressive historical building and gardens. The restaurant was empty when we arrived at 6.30 - to be expected I guess. Not many covers either. I had the lamb cutlets and my partner the pork cheeks. The...More
We had a really tasty dinner. Menu not overly extensive but what was on it was well presented.
We were allocated a table in the bar area where there seemed to be more diners than drinkers so I did feel that if you wanted a...More
We live locally and went for a lunch here. The food was very expensive and the portions tiny. I ordered a goats cheese with gluten free option. When it arrived, it was one piece of cheese with half a tomato, for £6.50. I complained and...More