This establishment is now part of the group that includes Radisson hotels.
We enjoyed a family carvery Sunday lunch in a spacious and attractive dining room. The service was friendly and attentive, if a bit amateurish at times (our wine was opened without being offered to taste.
The food was pretty good value £16.95 for a 3 course carvery of beef, gammon or turkey. The food was nothing particularly special but equally not bad either.
The wine list was a high point. Someone had clearly given considerable thought to including a range of wines that you might not expect to find in a UK restaurant. We paid £20 for a bottle of one of our favourite and lesser known white wines from France - Picpoul de Pinet.
There are separate rooms where you can have more private family functions.
All in all, while the experience was nothing particularly special, we enjoyed a delightful family meal in an enjoyable atmosphere with attentive friendly service.
If you live locally and want a Sunday Carvery lunch this was OK.
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