My girlfriend and I had dinner here on Sunday night 6pm. The first thing you'll notice is the quaint antique style of this B & B. We were a tiny bit confused as to where to go for dinner since we weren't guests staying at the Manor but one phone call and we figured it out.
The dining area has only 6 tables, so reservations are limited. We tried for Monday but it was full, Sunday worked out perfectly, however, because it turns out we were the only dinner guests.
You get an incredible 4 course meal for 2 for just $85
The appetizer was unusual, a bit too gourmet for me, but a more refined taste would really enjoy it. It was sliced beets with a honey mustard glaze, blue cheese and pumpkin seeds and a beet hummus with parmesan crisps.
Next, the salad was strawberries and banana chips on leafy greens and a rice wine vinaigrette. The rice wine flavor wasn't too strong for me, but it was close.
We selected the filet mignon and it was cooked so perfectly. It was served with sautéed zucchini and a butternut squash ravioli with a walnut glaze that was incredible.
Finally, desert was a perfect cheesecake with raspberry and chocolate sauce. Oh heavens it was amazing.
The atmosphere was just lovely and although we were the only ones dining, it didn't feel stark or lonely or awkward.
Marion, our server was just the sweetest person and it was such a fun experience for our trip!
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