Review on Hotel Hougue du Pommier
Rural tranquillity reigns at this converted eighteenth-century farmhouse, which is discreetly hidden away in eight acres of private grounds in the parish of Catel. The shaded gardens are perfect for a quiet stroll and you can enjoy al fresco lunches and summertime barbecues by the sheltered outdoor pool.
The Farmhouse Restaurant occupies what was once the tack room, cider house and parlour of the original building and it retains many original features. That said, the cooking strikes a more contemporary note – witness dishes like a pressed terrine of woodland mushrooms, wild boar and foie gras, steamed fillet of halibut with butter-braised Arborio risotto and aromatic basil oil, and warm peach and roast almond frangipane tart.
The cosy Tudor Bar is famed for its 'foie du bois' – a uniquely French method of cooking steaks, kebabs and seafood on an open fire.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 6.00 - 9.00pm Mon-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card