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Fifteen superbly refurbished en suite bedrooms. A fantastic fine dining restaurant that was refurbished by BBC Changing Rooms after the devastating flood of 2004. The modern British menu is created using local Cornish produce which is complemented by a fine wine list.A traditional pub with Cornish real ales, home cooked food, log fires for those warm winter evenings and beer gardens for the fine Cornish weather in the summer!

Ideal location for walking the Coastal Path and for discovering most of Cornwall.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 2 Star & 2 Rosettes
ETC 2 Star Silver Award (for service)
Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - from 7
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms

Sample Menu:

Salad of Cornish Chorizo and Olives with a Balsamic Dressing

Potted Cornish Prawns with Caper berry’s, Lemon and Toast

Carrot and Mixed Spice Soup with Home Made Bread and Truffle Oil
£4.10 V

Three Seared Black Rock Scallops with Wild Rocket and Proscuttio Salad
(£1.95 Supplement for Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Residents)

Seared Cornish Hogs Pudding on Hazelnut Mash with Figgy’s Brew Reduction

Napoleon of Aubergine and Goats Cheese with Endive and Spinach Salad, Herb Oil

Main Course
Confit Duck Leg on Cumin Braised Red Cabbage, Confit New Potatoes with Green Grappa and Chocolate Jus

Roast Tronçon of Turbot on Baked Fennel and Celery with Boscastle New Potatoes and Beurre Noisette
(£2.50 Supplement for Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Residents)

Pan Fried Salmon Supreme on Tartare Potato Cake, Baby Spinach with a Black Pepper Veloute

Oven Roasted Chicken Supreme with Thyme Stuffing, Dijon Mash and Mustard Sauce Supreme

“Open” Green Tomato Tart on Swede Puree, Beetroot Fritters, Pink Pepper Beurre Blanc
£10.90 V

Seared Sirloin Steak on Rosemary Mash, Broccoli Fritters, Baby Onion Jus

Cornish Blue and Pea Risotto with Petit Salad and Herb Oil
£9.95 V

A selection of fresh vegetables are available to compliment your meal - £2.25

Thursday, October 30, 2003

Lemon Syllabub with Caramel Cage

Spiced Bailey’s Risotto with Mango Fritter

Citrus Parfait with Strawberry Jam Coulis

“Wellington” Mess with Strawberries and Toffee

Grilled Halloumi Brioche Toasts with Green Tomato Chutney

“Sticky” Chocolate Sponge, Dark Chocolate Jus, Mocha Ice Cream

Desserts £3.95

Dessert Wine
Brown Brothers Orange Muscat and Flora 2001 (10.0%)

By the Glass £4.25
By the Bottle £12.50

Cheese Board
Selection of English & West Country Cheeses
All served with Red Onion Marmalade, Apple and Date Chutney, Chili Jam and Homemade Bread

Sandemans Fine Ruby Port £1.80
Fonseca Bin No. 27 £2.45

Served with Hand Made Petit Fours - £1.50

Please ask for our selection of Brandies and Liqueurs

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