We visited Dewstow Golf club for lunch whilst passing through Caerwent. It looked very attractive but parking wasn't ideal on a slope among the trees. On entering we weren't sure which door led to the bar and which door led into private rooms so we chose "Exit" and found ourselves in the bar/restaurant. The menu was a selection of basic pub food with standard beverages. We chose steak and ale pie and a ham omelette. Both came with very overcooked greasy chips and were not attractively presented but were tasty. We also has to search for the cutlery and salt etc...which were on a shelf through a door en route to the loos. We sat on the terrace with a wonderful view overlooking the golf course. The staff were pleasant but more were needed to cope with the numbers of visitors to the gardens across the road. A very attractive setting with tasty food which could be excellent if upgraded.
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