We ate here on 2 nights staying in the hotel and were generally impressed with the quality of the food and service. You can expect good flavour - the soups particularly stand out for this - and my older son deemed the fish and chips to be the best he'd ever had. For the younger one (age 9) the children's menu is also better than you will get in most places with nice freshly cooked food rather than the usual kids meal out of a freezer. The homemade pies were also reliably delicious. Not everything was perfect - serving desserts with a small blob of ice cream on a warm slate meant that most of it was melted on one occasion (and despite pointing that out, not replaced as it should have been). The lemon meringue was forgettable and looked nothing like the picture on the hotel website - in comparison to the excellent sticky toffee pud I felt particularly short changed!
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