From the moment you arrive at the car park and descend on foot through fields to the farm it is clear that this is more than just about lunch! Greeted with a glass of nettle infused prosecco you are invited to explore the pig pens and vegetable gardens as well as take in the cookery school.
Lunch takes around two hours to enjoy a selection of delicious food which the head chef explains before service begins. We had a gazpacho of fresh cucumber and tomato with smoked hake, followed by a main of hogget and pork with delicious vegetables finished off with a gorgeous take on brownies. Nice wine list at sensible prices too. Recommended.
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