It is extraordinary to be out literally in the middle of nowhere and experience such fine dining and gracious service.
AAA Inspector Notes
Historic. This oasis of true refinement is set in a beautiful manor modeled after a château in the south of France. The dining room provides a stately atmosphere for elegant dining. The 30-foot vaulted ceiling, the dual fireplaces and the Pecky cypress wall paneling are impressive. The menu centers on gourmet cuisine and features such specialty items as filet mignon a la homard, seared sea bass, foaming escargot in pastry and prime beef. The service is skilled and diligent. There are seasonal tables for summer dining overlooking the expansive hilly countryside. The small lounge is cozy, just perfect for a intimate after dinner chat. Live jazz is offered on some nights. Breakfast is also served here to the inn’s guests each morning.
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