Food and Drink
This inviting space is designed to make you relax. Laid back, with comfy banquettes, the restaurant prides itself on its focus on local (and where possible, wild) produce, cooked simply to the diners’ delight.
Menus change regularly but you can expect dishes such as Cornish hake fillet with samphire, fennel, harissa, wild rice and sorrel, or roast rump of lamb with rocket and hazelnut pesto, served alongside new season carrots, bacon, peas and crushed jersey royals. There is also a good selection of West Country cheeses.
While dogs are not allowed in the restaurant, there are several inviting spaces for your dog to accompany you as you eat, including the bar, deli and courtyard. You can also relax in the conservatory and enjoy an afternoon cup of tea and cake. The bar is wood-panelled and welcoming, while the courtyard, with its gently-flowing fountain, is a perfect place to switch off for both human and hound. The full restaurant menu is available in the bar, conservatory and courtyard.
Don’t forget to try the pizzas! The Grosvenor Arms prides itself on true Italian offerings from its wood-fired oven.
The bar serves food all day alongside a variety of local beers, wines, a selection of Bloody Marys, and a tempting cocktail selection – don’t miss ‘Happy Hour’ from 5pm to 8pm.
At your service
Room service is not available but there are treats a plenty to tempt you both down for dinner.
The extra bits
Children’s menus are available.
If you’re lucky enough to be staying on the first Thursday of the month, make sure you enjoy Jazz Night.
There are also two private dining rooms available should you have a special event to celebrate.