The food here is fantastic. The chef obvisouly takes a lot of pride and care to produce some beautiful dishes.
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The food here is probably the best in the area and they have quite rightly earned such good reviews. In fact it would be hard to find any fault with the food at all. For starters we opted for the duck (delicious) and the chilli...More
We stayed at the Limestone for 1 night in November 16. It is very comfortable,welcoming, the staff are lovely, and the food was excellent. What really sets this hotel apart are the thoughtful little touches by the owners, such as the 'gluggle" water jugs on...More
I chose this hotel as a surprise long weekend for my wife because of its proximity to the coastline at Lulworth & the walks that would allow. The Hotel in this respect is fantastically placed just a 5 minute walk down to Lulworth cove &...More
Went to the restaurant late March. From the start the welcome was not overly friendly. Starters were OK although again service poor, waited a long time for the main course.I had duck and my wife had the rack of lamb that proved to be nearly...More
Amazing food, so well cooked. Scallops fantastic. Skate wing and sauce so lovely. Loved the view. Good wine menu. Bit of problem getting bill but if you love fish and sea food this is a brilliant restaurant. Also great deserts.
We ate here last weekend whilst staying at Bindon Bottom B&B which is only 5 houses down the road. Food was excellent, tasty, well presented and it's a lovely cottage / shabby chic setting. The Chef even came around all the tables (10) asking all...More
Visited this hotel for supper on a Saturday evening, the staff were very friendly on arrival. The view from the hotel is delightful, and we were offered a blanket to sit outside with our drinks to admire the view. The interior is lovely, the dining...More
This was my birthday dinner. We actually stayed at the hotel. The weather had been a bit disappointing but dinner wasn't. The lounge bar next door is a bit small and the service was a bit clunky (drinks and dinner) what's the point of reading...More