The landed gentry had all the best spots to pick from in the old days, and this lovely medieval mansion has one of the most beautiful locations of all. Fast-forward a few hundred years and The Manor House is now an atmospheric hotel and Michelin-starred restaurant, complete with its own well-stocked kitchen garden – so head chef Rob Potter has impeccably fresh produce at his fingertips. He takes full advantage of this good fortune, melding home-grown pickings with livestock reared on-site to create a menu that celebrates the best of contemporary Anglo-European cooking: slow-cooked Manor House duck egg with duck ham, shimeji mushrooms, Wiltshire truffle and Parmesan salad; loin and breast of Downland lamb with provençal vegetables, crisp Ortiz anchovy, sheep’s curd, basil and jus gras; Caraibe chocolate ganache with cherries, feuillantine biscuit and Morello cherry sorbet. Alternatively, a proper Sunday lunch in the classic dining room, followed by a stroll around the grounds and Castle Combe village is as quintessentially English as we can imagine – real chocolate box stuff.
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