“Whitebrook has come a long way since its incarnation as a simple eighteenth century drover's home. Approached from a quiet lane at the top of the Wye Valley, its unprepossessing frontage gives no hint of the foodie haven within. The restaurant is awash with cosy leather sofas, low beams and soft lighting, providing an unpretentious setting in which to sample its sophisticated and well deserved Michelin starred menu. Small, functional rooms play second fiddle to a memorable dining experience.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
"The Crown, a handsome restaurant (with rooms attached) nestling amid forest and several acres of its own pretty gardens at the foot of a valley, and surely the most cunningly hidden Michelin star-holder on the British mainland."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)