Three Course Gourmet Lunch For Two (£22.89) or Four (£45.78) at The Coach House Restaurant (Up to 55% Off)
- Homely and inviting restaurant and bar
- Wide range of cask ales
- Can cater for weddings, conferences, and parties
- Starters include mussels in white wine, baked goats’ cheese, and home-made soup of the day
- Mains such as fisherman’s pie topped with creamy mash and fillet of beef stroganoff
- Desserts include home-made sherry trifle, Eton mess, and sticky toffee pudding
- 35% off bottle of house wine
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Limit 2 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid 7 days a week, midday-3pm. Valid on a la carte menu. Steak incurs £3 surcharge. Drinks and service charge are not included. Original value based on starter cost up to £5.95, main up to £15 and dessert up to £4.50. Valid for option purchased only.
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With candlestick slaloms, plate spinning, and high speed napkin folding, the table triathlon is more than just a two course race. Up the game with today's Groupon from The Coach House Restaurant. Choose from the following options:• £22.89 for a three course meal for two (Up to 55% off)
• £45.78 for a three course meal for four (Up to 55% off)
Nestled around a thatched 15th century coaching inn, The Coach House Restaurant at the Woodford Bridge Country Club combines the traditional splendour of rural England with the modern luxuries of fine dining. Views of the moors and gorges of rural North Devon provide an inspiring backdrop as the chefs at the Coach House plate sizzling helpings of hearty food for wedding, corporate, and doppelganger parties. Offering a fusion of family favourite and contemporary European dishes alongside an impressive array of world wines and guest ales, this thatched palace is the perfect place for a spot of tea.
Sets of two or four diners will dine on traditional fare in a tuxedo of upscale epicurism. The list of appetisers features smoked salmon, seasoned simply with dill and black pepper and reclining on brown, buttered bread (£5.95), and baked goats’ cheese, trading textures with diced beetroot salad with a honey and walnut dressing (£4.50). Mains include salmon fillet, singing to crushed new potatoes and seasonal vegetables under a rain of creamy watercress sauce (£9.95). Suppers can draw to an end over sweets such as the toffee pudding (£4.50) or the strawberry shortcake tower (£4.50) while conversation continues to flow about how amazing the first two courses were.
The Coach House has garnered some very positive comments from TripAdvisors. While some guests encountered a wait for service, reviewers are eager to praise the quality of ingredients, presentation of cuisine, and accommodating personnel.
The food in the restaurant was really nice, we ate there in the evening and the carvery.
– devon1995, TripAdvisor, Jan 2012
I went to the restaurant on two nights and enjoyed each evening. The waitresses were superb and I have been recommending this restaurant to any one who listens!
– stuartlegassick, TripAdvisor, Dec 2011