We visited here for breakfast. I had been wanting to visit the New Forest for a long time, and this was the place we stumbled upon. It's a quaint little spot. Low ceilings, uneven floors, mismatched plates, chairs and tables add to the charm. It's a husband and wife team (I assume) that run the place, and they seem to do a fair job. I was just hoping for a little more with breakfast. Your average chain brasserie could probably match the food. My tea was extremely strong and bitter too. Very reasonably priced, however.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.