We always make sure to schedule at least one and usually more visits each year and have done so for at least the last five years. We have even hosted a college mini-reunion there. Unless you are one of the fortunate few who live on the island or anchor your yacht in the cove, getting there requires a ferry trip which is fun in its self. the return trip after dinner can be quite beautiful also.
The food is excellent and varied, prepared with care. We have found the kitchen will gladly make changes to satisfy particular tastes. The wine list is excellent. For us the best is sitting out on the lawn overlooking the cove at a fully dressed table and enjoying a meal in relative quiet.
We try to plan our visits by the weather forecast, and have eaten on the porch as well as inside,but the outside is best. Be sure to check the ferry schedule, and the staff will help and give you the best advice.
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