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Reviewed 18 May 2016 via mobile

My friends used to visit this restaurant regularly, especially the evening events, Christmas and New Year. We decided to try out the Sunday Carvery as we were in the area. We all ordered starters, which was served on one plate, including the bread roll and packets of butter. We were then asked to go up to get our Carvery. My husband and friends all had different meats. I did not choose the vegetarian option (mushroom Wellington) and just opted for a plate of vegetables at a reduced rate - and was advised that the only gravy served was vegetarian and gluten free (which I opted not to have as it appeared to be made from granules and looked like meat granules). My Sunday lunch therefore comprised some cauliflower cheese, mixed petit pois, sugar snaps and broccoli, a couple of new potatoes and a roast potato (which was soggy). My husband and friends had the roast meats with all the trimmings. Although the beef appeared pink, it was dry and had been previously frozen. The main course was £8.95 plus extra for starter and deserts making a 3 course Sunday lunch nearly £20 per head without drinks. Having been encouraged by our friends to go as they had previously experienced great food served to a high standard - we were all disappointed by the standard of food, with no table etiquette. The desert menu was unappetising and chose not to have any. On paying the bill I had to remind the staff that I only had some vegetables for my main dinner so charged me £5.95 - a reduction of £3.00 for not having the meat. Certainly we will not be returning in a hurry.

Stayed: May 2016, travelled with friends
Thank scottanne
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Reviewed 25 January 2016 via mobile

Its the first time i have been here.The building inside is lovely. We went for a sunday lunch which you can help yourself to the veg,potatoes. The food was nice,average.The only downside was the cauliflower cheese it tasted like its out of a packet not fresh. The gravy i prefer it thick alot of places make the mistake of runny gravy. Great value where you can have 2/3 courses for under £15. The staff were friendly and attentive.would go again.

Stayed: November 2015, travelled with family
Thank Lauzcoup31
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Reviewed 22 September 2015

Our daughter got married there Friday 18.09 .2015 ... We had the whole day there booked out the 3 beautiful rooms to stay over night ... We will never forget this day ever !!!!! Amy and her staff bent over backwards to make sure the day was perfect .. The venue was so beautiful .. The gardens are stunning .. The food was unbeatable .. Nearly all the guests commented that it was the best wedding they had EVER been to xxx .. I've been to some wedding venues over the years but never one as beautiful as this ... 5 star plus rating .. And an extremely high recommendation ... Thanks so much for such a perfect day ... Kirsty . Ben .. Their girls and all our family and friends had an unforgettable day .... Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled with family
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Thank Loretta R
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Reviewed 28 May 2015 via mobile

What a lovely venue
We had travelled up for a family wedding
And would certaintly recommend this place.
Lovely grounds for photographs , a nice longue area and the marquee style room was beautiful.
Think i can safely say you made a very special day perfect.

Stayed: May 2015, travelled with family
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Reviewed 13 September 2014 via mobile

We got married at the White Heather in May 2011. We had a wonderful day from start to finish. The team at the venue couldn't do enough and the service was excellent thought. The venue was beautiful and the gardens around the back were a lovely back drop for photos. We got married in the orangery room which has sky lights all down the middle so the sun shines through into the room. The marquee was decorated with chair covers and simple candelabras on tables and it looked stunning. A big factor in choosing this venue was the accessibility as my dad is in a wheelchair and so this was a big factor. They have wide doors, no steps within the building and it was completely accessible with a wheelchair. The venue also gave us use of one of their bedrooms (additional to the honeymoon suite) for the day for my dad to rest in if needed, which was a really nice touch. The marquee was gorgeous and gave a real sense of occasion. The food was beautiful and I've been back for corporate events since and every time the food has been lovely. We had a band and disco in the evening and there was a great atmosphere in the marquee in the evening too. I cannot fault the venue for a wedding and would highly recommend it, we had such a lovely day and everything was perfect!

Stayed: May 2014
Thank BeeAdventures
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