The approach through mature gardens allows for beguiling peeps through the trees of the charming greystone Victorian country house, which once provided top-notch accommodation for circuit judges doing their rounds. The gardens outside the conservatory dining room are a hive of activity when evening draws on, as rabbits and even the odd fox can be spotted mooching about in search of something for dinner. Ensconced behind glass walls, you'll be rather more securely provided for, courtesy of John Schwarz and his sizeable kitchen team. The style is recognisably contemporary British, with some modern classic combinations mixing it with less familiar ideas on the fixed-price menus
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