Harden's survey result
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“What could be more romantic than an island retreat from the 1930s?”…“dress up, enjoy the wonderful cocktails and then delve into the excellent menu”; even the odd sceptic, for whom the “food and service don’t quite live up to expectations”, can’t fault the “marvellous” setting and “fabulous” cocktails at this serene Art Deco hotel (an old haunt of Agatha Christie).
With its “idyllic” setting on a small island, this famous, Agatha Christie-style, 1920s hotel is a “really special” place, especially during one of its regular black-tie dinners. To a minority its cuisine doesn’t match up, but most reports say the “brilliant” cooking makes for an “absolutely fantastic” all-round experience.
Ladies “can’t be overdressed” for the black-tie dinners on offer at this Agatha Christie-style ’20s hotel, located on its own “picturesque” small island; for “fantastic food in a fantastic setting”, there’s “no place like it!”
“There’s no other place like it!”; reporters aren’t just blown away by the “wonderful setting” of this Agatha Christie-style hotel (which “takes the diner back to the 1920s”) – the new chef’s locally sourced cuisine is widely hailed as “faultless” too.
Bigbury-on-Sea, TQ7 4BG
all day till 9.30 pm
Last orders: 8.30 pm