It’s almost 2 years since Richard and Marlene Armstrong began the process of transforming their old unused barn into the Potterspury House Restaurant. This delightful addition complements their already successful spa business.
They have managed to retain the intrinsic character of the building with a few clever contemporary features added. The oak beams frame the room while the large windows let the natural light flow across the rustic tables. The surroundings are as lovely as the quality and style of food. Their ultimate goal is to ensure that every guest and diner leaves with happy memories.
Breakfast is available to B&B guests while morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea are open to all, not just the spa users. Evening meals are offered on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The menu is designed between the chefs and Marlene to offer a modern and accessible choice of dishes. Lunches range from starters to filled baguettes, burgers and jacket potatoes while for dinner the choices are more decadent. Marlene even presents her own family recipe for the delicious Jerk chicken. There are options for meat, fish and vegetarian diners and themed evenings.
If you’d like to try this for yourself, book today.