good food .in quaint restaurant.good selection of local produce. friendly host good service.music playing on a loop.
We stayed here and decided to 'eat in' one evening. Really good choice of menu. And especially enjoyed the caramilsed apple pancakes. Nice glass of red wine to accompany it too.
I stayed at the Parva Farmhouse, and ate in their Inglenook Restaurant on the first night. It is a very small, cosy, intimate restaurant with beams, exposed stone walls and a large inglenook fireplace. A charming place, and a lot more personal and comfortable than...More
We were staying in Tintern for a couple of nights, albeit not at the Parva Farmhouse, and decided to vsit for an evening meal as the vegatarian options looked appealing. Alarm bells rang when we stopped by to book a table during the afternoon as...More
This is a totally misleading and unfair review. These people obviously have an aversion to dogs, we are a dog friendly establishment and are advertised as such. Their review is based on less than a couple of minutes in the place.
Did not stay the night, but the much-touted restaurant for dinner was extremely and surprisingly poor. Quality of food described as locally sourced and carefully prepared, not true! Sloppy cooking as if the "chef" couldn't care less, indifferent service. What a disappointment for a place...More