Historic Aragon House was gifted by Henry VIII to Catherine of Aragon, the childless queen he chucked for Ann Boleyn, and the whole rambling sprawl has recently been tricked out in Tudor panto kitsch as a born-again, themed boozer. Sensibly priced wines include a South African Chenin Blanc at £16, while Champagne starts at around £8 for a regal flute. Cocktails include aviation, coffee martini and bramble, and there’s a decent stock of whiskies to go with cigars from the purpose-built humidor. Meanwhile, ye olde sun-trap garden/cocktail bar is the place to enjoy summertime BBQs; otherwise, the kitchen rustles up anything from squid tempura, various mezze platters (£10), burgers and ribs to soups, salads, grilled sea bass with a Mediterranean medley of sides, profiteroles and sticky toffee pud.
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