This historic building has enjoyed a variety of uses over the years being home to a women's workhouse in the early 17th century. Later it became a posting house and then in the 18th century a coaching house called "The Kings Head." In 1995 it was renamed "Bertie's" after the P.G Woodhouse character Bertie Wooster.
Our team of chefs have gained recognition from the AA and Good Food Guide. Bertie's specialises in traditional British fayre but our chefs have blended culinary nostalgia with modern flair and created a very different menu.
The menu may feature "Homemade fishcakes with a tomato herb sauce" alongside "Brochettes of monkfish with a lemon and chervil dressing" or perhaps "pork and herb sausages on a bed of mustard mash" alongside "Roasted rack of lamb with figs and a sauce of ginger".
It is not all full meals, we serve simple lunches and snacks using the finest fresh local produce. In the evening the restaurant is transformed with linen napkins and candles. Parties are catered for with special menus available on request.
We can also offer very comfortable guest rooms. these are all en-suite with a television, as well as tea and coffee making facility.
We hope that you will visit us soon and enjoy dinner with us and perhaps even stay as well. Don't be alarmed however if you hear creaking floorboards or whispers in the corridor. Rather than ghosts of women from the workshops it is more likely to be our staff returning from a late night out!