What a gorgeous place, would love to visit again on a long summer night. As you walk through the garden to the restaurant, and even on a stormy windy night it looked the perfect place to unwind, and enjoy a pre dinner drink . From walking in the door you were looked after,inc a complimentery drink but not over done so you felt uncomfortable. The food was a set three course meal but offered 3 choices on each stage. Hubby had the quail, and was the best quail he has ate. i had scallops, OMG just melted in the mouth. Followed by lamb shoulder, and pork these dishes were also perfect tasty and faultless. And dessert Creme brulee, and Quince pudding well what a perfect end to a 10/10 meal.
We stayed in one of the cottages for several nights. I am a big fan of French Provencel furniture so was amazed at the tastefully decorated interior of the accommodation. It was a great setting for a lovely Valentines day. We were impressed by the personal friendly service from staff and the chef at the restaurant on the night we dined there. The food was fresh, local and served in a real authentic colonial setting.It was hard to beat for the rest of our trip! Only thing that does need looking at was the internet service did not work but could have been the provider! Recommended and worth the money.
We stayed at the Inn for the second time and again everything was special. The room was beautiful and we discovered that we were the only diners that evening. It didn't matter to Louis, he presented us with a magnificent 3 course meal covering a wide variety of style, fish, pasta, mussels smoked quail as well as the spectacular figs in prosciutto. If you stay in Launceston, stay here.
We enjoyed a friends birthday celebration a couple of months ago and this was my first experience
We have experienced the most relaxing and enjoyable wedding party. An afternoon of drinks and nibbles followed by a gourmet dinner.