You must dine in the hotel to appreciate its cuisine. At £17.50, the menu is worth it. The beef filet is famous, as are the duck rillettes with beetroot chutney. To go with your food, try the wine from the major producing countries (Portugal, Australia, United States, France) from £10. Best to try a foreign vintage. The dining room is divided in two. Parquet flooring and bistro-style furniture. In the morning, the breakfast buffet is served at the rear of the room. Hot and cold dishes in self-service. However, there is no bread: you can request toast, which is served at the table, as is the coffee. At lunchtime, you can eat an exotic dish in the pub (Thai-style fricassee of prawns), an omelette, or a sandwich with chips.