The Horn of Plenty
The Horn of Plenty Review
The restaurant within this Georgian house has magnificent views across the wooded, rhododendron-filled Tamar Valley and a sophisticated menu favoring local and seasonal ingredients. Roast fillet of beef with marrow-crumbed ox cheek, king oyster mushrooms, and Perigueux jus is a typical main course, while desserts include rhubarb meringue pie with gingerbread ice cream. There are several fixed-price menus (lunch £19.50 and £24.50, dinner £49.50); the best value is Monday evening's potluck menu (£29). A converted coach house and the main house contain 16 sumptuously furnished guest rooms. It's 3 miles west of Tavistock.