This beautifully located place takes some finding but in a county where good restaurants are hard to find this was a good experience.Only went there for lunch but views of estuary are stunning and a walk around the grounds brings a real sense of history.
Did not get off to the best of starts as they did not have my reservation made only two days prior and the dining room would probably need to be packed to reduce its slightly cold,austere feel but my mains of Confit of Duck on parsley mash was lovely. My wife went for Cajun Chicken breast which was well presented but ordinary.
The two sweets of Toffee pudding and blueberry Brulee very pleasant.
Service was fine after the poor start and we will return .
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