The glorious food in this elegant "restaurant with rooms" is assuredly British, but puts an audacious spin on old favorites. Ivory linens and tall candlesticks decorate the tables in the cream-color dining room, where large windows overlook the grounds of this Georgian manor house. The menu's accent falls firmly on local ingredients, many of which come from the vegetable garden in which you can stroll before dinner. After a main course of halibut served with champagne and chive velouté or beef fillet with Parmesan polenta, try the piquant rhubarb soufflé served with homemade ice cream. Prices are fixed, with three-course lunch options at £26 and a three-course dinner costing £60. After dinner, if you've booked ahead, you can tumble into bed in one of the six guest rooms (£135–£150, or £165–£195 with dinner).