Chesil Rectory Review
The timbered and gabled building may be Old English–it dates back to the mid-15th century–but the cuisine is modern British, using locally sourced ingredients. Dishes might include venison carpaccio for a starter, followed by slow-cooked pork ribeye or oven-roasted halibut. Good-value fixed-price lunches and early-evening dinners are available. Service and the heritage charm of the surroundings enhance the quality of the food.