April 19, 2024

Jamie Barnett joins Castle Combe’s The Castle Inn as Head Chef

Talented South-West chef, Jamie Barnett ( Lucknam Park, Lygon Arms, Bowood) has joined 12th Century bar, The Castle Inn as Head Chef. Located in the centre of among Englands a lot of attractive towns, Castle Combe, The Castle Inn is a location club filled with rustic beauty, complete with 12 ensuite rooms and providing regional beverages matched with good, truthful club food.
Head Chef Jamie Barnett remarks, ” Im enjoyed have actually signed up with the group at The Castle Inn and am excited to produce and deliver a menu that pays tribute to standard gastro-dining, utilizing quality regional fruit and vegetables from trusted providers and delivering each dish with warm hospitality. For me, pub fare isnt about being elegant, its about imparting great cookery and letting the fruit and vegetables promote itself.”

In tandem with Jamies appointment, modest and considerate remediation projects have been carried out throughout the bar, with the objective of protecting yet improving the beauty of this historic building. Drinkers can now take a seat at the bar or in one of the clubs numerous armchairs, whilst restaurants can relax in for a long afternoon or night either at a table in the bar, the central dining space or outdoor balcony.
Opposite The Castle Inn is brother or sister Exclusive Collection home, The Manor House, a fairytale 14th Century luxury hotel and golf club, likewise home to Michelin starred dining establishment, Bybrook supervised by Rob Potter.

The Castle Inn is open daily for lunch in between 12pm and 2.30 pm and dinner from 6.00pm-8.30 pm, Sunday lunch is served in between 12pm to 3pm. In between service the bar stays open for drinks just..
Rooms are offered at the inn on a B&B basis from ₤ 205, alternatively visitors have the ability to remain and dine at The Manor House from ₤ 320 in a Cosy Room and inclusive of breakfast..
Head Chef, Jamie Barnett
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https://www.exclusive.co.uk/the-castle-inn/.

In tandem with Jamies consultation, thoughtful and modest remediation tasks have actually been carried out throughout the pub, with the objective of maintaining yet improving the beauty of this historical building. Drinkers can now take a bench at the bar or in one of the pubs many armchairs, whilst restaurants can relax in for a long afternoon or night either at a table in the bar, the main dining room or outside balcony. Upstairs, 12 ensuite bedrooms offer a comfortable retreat for those looking to check out the clubs surrounds as part of a mini escape to the country.

Visitors can anticipate standard gastro dishes– hearty-fare filled with exceptional regional produce, prepared simply– with the menu changing typically to adjust to the seasons.