I am in a somewhat strange situation in terms of this one as I stayed at the hall in the 1960s with my grandparents when the building was used as offices for the (then) National Coal Board. I must admit that I think the building, its grounds and interior have been very sympathetically renovated (it's spectacular both inside and outside). The building has magnificient loos! The hall has also been effectively modified for people with restricted access problems and parking is profuse. The location also caters very well for young children with swings and a painted, old tractor. I thought the food (I had spinach soup followed by shoulder of lamb with roast potatoes, a nice assembly of vegetables and a red wine jus was tasty and well-cooked. Service was efficient and friendly. The only down side was the coffee that I found to be on the insipid side.
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