Really enjoyed prices are quite reasonable the staff are helpfull and set in very good suroundings would return
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Eaten at the farmhouse many times and can't praise the food, service and location enough. I look forward to visiting the new venue very soon. Especially for Chris's famous pate!
Having previously eaten at this lovely farmhouse, I was dismayed to hear that the land agents have closed the tearooms as the building is to be reverted once again to a farmhouse. However, the good news is, that the tenants who ran Ogmore Farm Tearooms...More
They serve a selection of homemade food including delicious mussels, pate, roast dinners and puds. Generous potions and haven't managed 3 courses yet! Bring your own bottle. I understand they've now moved to bigger premises a few miles down the road. Look forward to trying.
I was there as part of a party celebrating a sixtieth. The cottage is atmouspheric. A beautiful nineteenth century home opened for parties on Saturdays. The food was excellent and well presented. The staff were attentive and could not seem to do enough to accommodate...More