Fodor's Expert Review The Horn of Plenty
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. A typical starter and main course might be seared scallops with cauliflower and cumin followed by Creedy Carver duck with baby leeks and Jerusalem artichokes, while desserts include pear and white chocolate mousse with kiwi, lime, and lychee. There are several fixed-price menus for both lunch and dinner; 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.
Gulworthy, Devon PL19 8JD, England
- Extravagant and exceptional fine dining
- Stunning views
- Affordable potluck set-menu on Monday nights