Sunday Lunch Experience at Woolhouse 17th February

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Sunday Lunch Experience at Woolhouse 17th February

from 45.00

“It’s like stepping back in time and completely relaxing” 

Dining at Woolhouse should at once be as familiar and reassuring as visiting your favourite local hostelry, yet with all the quirkiness of a totally tailored experience. 

We follow and promote a “slow living” ethos at Woolhouse and you can expect that ethos to run through everything we do from the log fires, candlelight, natural decorations, to the homemade and ethically sourced, locally grown food we serve. 

Read on for more details

Guests:
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Guests arrive at Woolhouse for 11:30 am suitably dressed for winter walking on a working farm.

Welcome drinks in front of the blazing woodburner.

We then leave Paulo tinkering in the kitchen whilst we head out for a 1 hour (approx) walk up onto Older Hill and then down through the Marsh back to the house

Lunch will be served in the Dining Room

To Begin:

Warm Sourdough Buckwheat Pancakes served with either Pythingdean Trout or Smoked Aubergine (V) Sour Cream and Home Fermented Beetroot and Horseradish Confit.

The Main Event:

Locally Raised Rare Breed Roast Beef with Wild Mushroom and Madeira Gravy

or

Portobello Mushroom, Chestnut and Stitchelton Wellington in Homemade Puff Pastry. (V)

Served with Roast Potatoes and Parsnips, Winter Greens and Paulo’s Cauliflower Cheese

To Finish:

Apple and Cinnamon Suet (V) Pudding with Homemade Custard and Cream

(Alternatives for Gluten and Dairy Free Guests can be arranged)

Guests are welcome to relax in the Parlour after lunch with coffee or tea

Please note that we are not licensed to serve alcohol but you are more than welcome to bring your favourite vintage to enjoy with luncheon

We are a working farm with livestock and would ask that dogs remain at home.

We can be found at:

Woolhouse, Tote Lane, Stedham GU290QH 01428 741 474

For those who have not visited us before, Woolhouse is somewhat secluded and is reached via narrow lanes and a track - do not be alarmed by the Private Road sign - simply continue until you reach the Blue Gypsy Caravan !