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Restaurant at The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel

Clearwell, Royal Forest Of Dean, GL16 8JS +44 1594447909

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  •  - Gloucestershire
  •  - Gloucestershire
  •  - Gloucestershire
  •  - Gloucestershire
  •  - Gloucestershire
  •  - Gloucestershire
  •  - Gloucestershire
  •  - Gloucestershire

Delicious tasting menu

Jenny 17 October 2018
from Chepstow

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With head chef Rob Cox named South West Chef of the Year in October 2017, The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel serves an imaginative range of locally sourced British cuisine. Located in the luscious heart of the Forest of Dean, the quaint country hotel boasts a cottage garden for beautiful al fresco dining and delicious afternoon teas throughout the summer.

The Tudor Farmhouse menu is brimming with produce grown in the kitchen garden and expansive hotel grounds, and much of the remaining produce is sourced from within a 20-mile radius. Indulgent specialities include the likes of Cotswold lamb with sweetbreads, artichoke & hazelnuts, and cod with truffle pesto, celeriac, cabbage & chicken wings.

The idyllic garden at The Tudor Farm Hotel in Gloucestershire is surrounded by lush greenery and rustic stonework. Enjoy refreshing afternoon teas from Canton Tea Co while taking in the spectacular countryside views.

Offering award-winning British dishes in a breathtaking rural setting, Restaurant at The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel is just a 5-minute drive from nearby Coleford.

Restaurant at The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel

Clearwell, Royal Forest Of Dean, GL16 8JS

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Customer reviews for Restaurant at The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel

4.5 (((() (based on 49 reviews)
89% of diners recommend this restaurant
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Recommended for

  • dinner (32)
  • lunch (26)
  • romantic (22)
  • afternoon tea (21)
  • luxury (19)
  • private dining (15)
  • value (11)
  • al fresco (10)
  • breakfast (7)
  • child friendly (7)
  • business (5)
  • views (5)
  • large parties (4)
  • trendy (4)
  • entertainment (2)
  • ((*** 31 October 2018 by Maggie from St Albans

    Overall: disappointing. The location and setting was attractive. The food was average ie not special. The service was poor, slow and disorganised.

  • ((((( 17 October 2018 by Jenny from Chepstow

    Delicious tasting menu

  • ((((( 26 September 2018 by Valerie from Clearwell

    We had lunch at the Tudor Inn, Clearwell, last Sunday. It was our 2nd visit & we are looking forward to our next as everything was wonderful & most especially the cooking - faultless! Can’t comment on drinks as we had water.

  • ((((* 23 September 2018 by Michael from Cambridge

    Superb appetiser of celeriac soup with beef cheek and lovely bread. the main course of lamb was great, particularly the shoulder. My partner's starter of lamb ravioli was lovely but I feel the carrot starter was a bit expensive given the size and the ingredients. Pineapple desert was nice but the lime ice cream was more like a sorbet.

  • ((((( 23 August 2018 by David from Coleford

    Excellent as always.

  • ((((( 10 July 2018 by Jenny from Chepstow

    Excellent food, high quality without being overly fussy

  • ((*** 22 June 2018 by Elaine from Stone Staffordshire

    Three of us went for lunch last week, which we've been doing occasionally for a while. I probably should have read the lunch menu more carefully beforehand, as when we asked for something simple like an omelette or a sandwich, they said there had been changes, and lunch options were two courses for £25, three courses for £30 or a special tasting menu for £40. We were rather taken aback - my sister really only wanted a sandwich, and asked if that was possible, and very reluctantly a sandwich menu was brought. We others had a two-course menu - a small piece of delicious belly of pork, beautifully served with 'turnips' (a few small marbles) and 'scallops' (two tiny pieces) - don't remember the smoked apple puree, and there was a small amount of jus. I was disappointed at the lack of seasonal vegetables, which are so good at this time of year. For dessert we chose the very special rice pudding (in a small bowl) and the chocolate ganache (about 3 cm x 10 cm, delicious and beautifully decorated and served on a huge plate). We felt it was very expensive for what we were served - if you want a tiny portion of gourmet food, this is the place for you - the garden is delightful, and we enjoyed sitting in a quiet corner for a leisurely lunch and chat, but we won't be returning. (Apparently it's possible to get cakes and snacks for afternoon tea.)

  • ((((( 2 June 2018 by Annette from London

    Excellent Sunday roast and good service

  • ((((( 30 May 2018 by Scott from Bicester

    Food was superb

  • ((((( 23 December 2017 by Barbara from Gloucestershire

    We have been here many times and always enjoy the atmosphere, friendliness, service, and the food is excellent.

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