Find this manor house - now a good restaurant with rooms - splendidly-set in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
As well as following the seasons and using local ingredients, the kitchen also uses meat, poultry, vegetables and herbs from the nearby family farm. All is of top-quality.
An early summer menu listed 'Asparagus & Truffle Soup'; 'Home-Cured Duck Bresaola Salad with Organic Leaves & Walnut Dressing'; 'Grilled Welsh Goats' Cheese with Braised Leeks & Red Wine Syrup' and 'Old Spot Pork, Sage & Apple Terrine with Red Onion Marmalade & Toasted Brioche' among the starters.
'Pan-Fried Fillet of Sea Bream, Fondant Potato, Sautéed Wild Mushroom & Fresh Peas'; 'Roast Breast of Aylesbury Duck with Cherry & Port Wine Sauce & Herbed Polenta'; 'Roast Breast of Sasso Chicken, Bubble & Squeak, Smoked Bacon & Thyme Jus' and 'Roast Rump of Home-Reared Lamb with Pickled Beetroot, Braised Neck, Shallot Mash & Sautéed Lambs Liver' listed among the mains.
Tempting desserts might include 'Warm Dark Valrhona Chocolate Fondant with Fresh Mint Ice Cream'; 'Sticky Toffee Pudding with Butterscotch & Clotted Cream Ice Cream' and 'Trio of Craig Barn Farm Apples - green apple parfait, apple crumble jelly & apple & blackberry ice cream'. While those with a more savoury tooth should enjoy their selection of Welsh Artisan Cheeses.
- Food Style: Modern British
- Lunch: all week 12.00-14.30 (Sun 15.00); mains about £10 to £14 - plus Sandwiches
- Dinner: all week 19.00-21.30; mains about £13 to £26
- Seats: 50, plus 40 outside
- Wine: a concise list, kicking off at about £20, has modest mark-ups
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Directions: See the map on this page.
- Parking: Yes
- Outside eating
- Rooms available