Written on: 11/03/2006 by reptar (2 reviews written)
Thornbury Castle is stylishly presented but the menu was over ambitious and lacking in quality. The addition of some traditional English items influenced by the history of the castle would have been appreciated… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2003 by David Purveur. (1 review written)
Situated twelve miles north of Bristol, Thornbury castle offers some of the finest food in the region and just about the best surroundings history has to offer. With a choice of three elegant dining rooms and a small army of staff trained to be attentive but not intrusive I cannot think of a more delightful place to eat.
The castle, once visited by Henry the Eighth in the company of his second wife Anne Boleyn also offers splendid accommodation, each room having been carefully restored for an… Read Full Review
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