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The Withies can be found
down Withies Lane. It is a
16th Century building,
thought to have been a couple
of cottages, many years ago.
It is now a fabulous, quaint and rather famous old eating haunt. People travel quite some distance to wine and dine here, so booking is recommended.
In the summer it is possible to eat outside, under the shelter of the trees. In the evening you may either dine by candle light or by the light from the moon and the stars and the odd lantern, if you prefer an alfresco approach.
Telephone 01483 421 158
THE HARROW INN EATING
AND DRINKING HOUSE
THE RESURGENCE OF THE
It’s all in the title – The Harrow Inn Eating and Drinking House. A recent visitor who lives locally said that he had witnessed its many different faces, paint colours, etc and reckoned ‘it is the best it has been for years’. It has reverted to traditional cooking and is focusing on producing good quality British favourites at prices that will not break the bank.
So there is really no need to travel further than your own doorstep for a great meal, or just pop in for a delicious bar snack and glass of wine. You will quickly get a better idea of the quality on offer and the new atmosphere that has been created. Watch the boards for 'LIVE MUSIC too' Usually on a Thursday......
To book a table call 01483 810594
Tea Shop at Watts Gallery is now open, serving delicious breakfasts, lunches and afternoon teas.
The Tea Shop is a hub for the community and appreciated by all in the village.
The ethos is fresh, English, seasonal food sourced as locally as possible, made on the premises and served by friendly, well informed staff.. There will be a daily selection of freshly baked homemade cakes and scones and we are making all of our own jams and chutneys. We are also serving superb coffee, freshly-ground for each cup and a variety of speciality teas
Open Tuesday to Sunday
10am to 5pm...
Images by Anne Purkiss
Watts Gallery Welsh Rarebit will be on the menu as will homemade seasonal soup, freshly made sandwiches and toasties, local trout and goats cheese salads and full english breakfast as well as a selection of breakfast sandwiches in the mornings.