I have to agree with at least one previous reviewer that the drinks are ridiculously overpriced. Avoid.
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Properly cooked local food with a touch of fine dining, attentive Restaurant Manager who is on the ball, leave room for a pudding.
We were staying at the hotel and as the food was so good there was no point eating anywhere else. Good selection of food although menu did not change when we were there except some items on the specials and deserts.
Enjoyed a lunch with friends in the conservatory in lovely surroundings, but £7.30 for a glass of Pinot?! Come on! Didn't expect to pay central London prices in Devon. Food was good, and nicely presented. It was a busy lunchtime and difficult to talk as...More
We booked a table for 20 for my father’s 96th birthday and arrived to find that we were in a separate room, next to the garden, beautifully laid out with flowers on the table. The meal was delicious and the staff couldn’t have been more...More
Do try to visit the Hartnoll while the Exmoor Food Festival is on. Fantastic value......£10 for 2 courses £15 for 3. We had 3 courses and all 3 were delicious. The portions were a good size and we didn't need a dessert but couldn't resist...More
I am so impressed by our experience here. The reviews seemed to be mixed but the Hartnoll was recommended by a friend so we decided to take a gamble. What a win! As soon as we arrived we were made to feel very welcome and...More
Visited here today and had lunch. We sat in the conservatory which is light and airy. Beautful pint of Devon Red Cider and a 'Pulled Moroccan Lamb' on Brioche. Very, very nice indeed and good value for money. Excellent service too, - attentive without being...More
We've recently discovered The Hartnoll Hotel and, having had two very good lunches here during the year, booked for a large party for NY Day lunch. As before, the menu choices were broad and catered for everyone, at reasonable prices, and the service and staff...More
The menu choices caters for all and the menu offers options for all The plaice I ate on Saturday was exquisite