Restaurant As felt quite high end when we were there, although lunch is a more low-key affair and children are welcome – in Summer there is an outdoor terrace with room to run around. The menu is heavily organic, seasonal (often homemade/grown or reared) with limited choice as a result – “farm to table style”. Whilst the food was mostly good, the very limited choice can be challenging unless you eat just about everything. The best thing for us though was the extraordinary space. Though its a little off the beaten track its worth a visit to sit in a former chapel with long tables arranged spoke-style around a central hub of open kitchen with wood-fired oven, all set in the middle of an working organic farm. We went in Winter – a dark night with a candle-lit walk up to the entrance. I suspect the atmosphere is very different at lunchtime or in Summer when the glass doors to the outside are opened up.