This former tweed mill, with a narrow river running alongside its stone walls, is set in 4 acres of woodlands. The intimate dining room, where the stone walls have been painted a creamy white, is warmed by a crackling fireplace. The fixed-price menus are smart and bold, with dishes such as local lamb with truffle gnocchi, or halibut with samphire and shrimp butter. Each dish reveals an intimate knowledge of textures and flavors. If you like it here so much you don't want
to leave, there are also rooms available starting at £100 per night.