Gulworthy, Tavistock, Devon, PL19 8JD
This grand Georgian house was originally built for the manager of a Devonshire copper mine. Its history as a mine of culinary greatness stretches as far back to 1967 when pioneering chef Sonia Stevenson added a restaurant to the side of the house.
There’s breath taking views over the Tamar valley from the gorgeous conservatory dining room where your meal of local, seasonal produce might begin with a prawn & crayfish salad with a mango salsa, followed by Creedy Carver duck with blackberries .
The Horn of Plenty also has a Hotel:
Information on The Horn of Plenty , Gulworthy , Tavistock
|Average Cost:||£144.00 (three course dinner for two including 1 bottle of house wine, 1 bottle of mineral water and coffee)|
Open: Daily 12:00-16:00, 19:00-Midnight
Last Orders for Dinner: 20:30
Private Dining: yes for up to 14 guests
Accommodation: Number of Rooms: 10
Room Prices from: £95
Wheel Chair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 4 Star hotel with 2 Rosettes, Good Food Guide 5*
|Local Directions:||From Plymouth, take the A386 north to Tavistock and turn left onto the A390 towards Liskeard/Callington. After 3 miles turn right at Gulworthy Cross and follow signs for The Horn of Plenty.|
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