Lovely position and full of charm but also very popular. First challenge is to find a parking place, there are double yellow lines for quite a way on the lane leading down to it which in any case is narrow all the way. It is a dead end so it's the car park or nothing.
Having overcome this your next challenge is to find a table. We thought we were early at 6 pm but the place was packed out. You can book a table but you've still got to park!
Having said all this the staff were friendly and working very hard. The interior has plenty of charm but with charm goes steps from one room to another and unfortunately a man tripped up on a step and fell headlong past us onto the stone floor. He said he was fine but it was a bit of a shock.
The menu was good with plenty of choice, the food was delivered promptly and with cheerfulness, it was tasty too. The puddings were imaginatively presented.
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