The secret craggy cove of Soar Mill is a romantic and inspiring spot for dinner à deux
Rugged cliffs, a hidden beach and lush lawns make family-run Soar Mill Cove Hotel one the most desirable get-away-from-it-all dining destinations in the South West. The smart seaside charms of yachty Salcombe may be only a few knots away but at this clifftop hideaway you’ll discover off-the-grid peace and tranquility.
Go for dinner and you’ll feel like you’re spending an evening in someone’s family home – albeit a very nice one, with great facilities like a heated saltwater pool, pampering spa and rooms with sweeping sea views.
Dinner is a feast of superb fare such as Salcombe seafood, Creedy Carver duckling and West Country cheeses. Chef Ian MacDonald turns local produce into satisfyingly nourishing dishes such as a starter of heritage beets, honeyed figs, walnuts and whipped goat’s cheese followed by deliciously plump slow-cooked ox cheek (so unctuous it falls apart under the knife).
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