This former chapel built in the 16C has been in service as a family-run restaurant since 1820. It serves upmarket regional fare including slow-cooked haunch of venison with grilled leeks, walnuts and brown mushrooms. The interior is comfortably elegant as befits the charming historical setting. The service is professional and friendly.
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