The fact that my husband and I popped in for coffee then decided to have lunch and left over two hours later speaks for itself. Sophie and Pat are delightful and On the Brook is a little gem. Go for the short walk through the wood before returning to the cafe/restaurant for coffee and cake, lunch or afternoon tea. It’s not a slick, impersonal operation but very much their home with Sophie spending a lot of time in the kitchen and front of house and Pat being kept busy producing wonderful fruit and veg which can be on your plate hours after being picked. The old farm is having a real facelift and the accommodation to let is of high quality, I particularly like the latest small barn conversion which is still ‘work in progress’ but has a charming mezzanine sleeping area. Bruton has several good places to eat but On the Brook is unique, sitting in a charming little valley, beside a rippling brook and with a superb view. Give it a try.
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