In a higgledy, piggledy building on New Street. We stayed in the Gold Room which leaned, the floor, the ceiling and the bed. Even before the wine. You need a sense of humour to get the accommodation which is at best basic, but who cares when the cooking is this good! We feasted on soufflés, fabulous LOCAL partridge and rabbit (which seemed very important to another guest - I was surprised he didn't want to know the type of gun used - and bless Sally, the co-owner, she tried very hard to answer all the questions and had no doubts where her produce originated from), excellent and perfectly kept cheeses and even the olives, bread and homemade honeycomb were sublime. I could bang on for hours about dinner, but you would be bored? Add a good, wholesome, tasty, intelligent wine list and competent service in a small and surprisingly romantic little restaurant and you have perfection! Go now! You'll love it!
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