Testimonials

  • This idyllic 16th century drovers’ inn includes the flagstoned and beamed Garden and Tap dining rooms, both with bucolic views of the river Teme. Chef Ken Adams modern British style of cooking offers must-have dishes such as Gloucester Old Spot terrine with black fig and raspberry chutney; breast of squab pigeon with risotto and beetroot, and filleted dover sole stuffed with smoked salmon served with crayfish sauce. Cornish crab cannelloni with chive sauce or roast fillet of turbot on leek confit tempt further. A trio of black cherry puddings or iced apricot parfait brings a meal here to a satisfyingly sweet end. The short, well-chosen wine list includes helpful tasting notes.

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Blog

  • Some Catching Up By / 28th February, 2015

    Some catching up is needed, so I envisage a few posts on what has been happening with us at the Waterdine.

  • Caesar Salad and Actors By / 9th October, 2011

    During my time cooking I have served many famous people, a sprinkling of royalty, politicians,  diplomats, and even Edwina Curry.

  • Restaurant Review By / 7th October, 2011

    From my local newspaper
    My friend and I booked a midweek table and arrived to find the venue more than  half full, though by 8.30pm the reverse was true.

  • Andalucia Dreaming By / 28th September, 2011

    Perhaps because I studied classical guitar, 0r perhaps because I have worked with many spanish hotel staff, I have always held an affinity with Spain and in particular that part ca

  • El Acebuchal The Village of Ghosts Andalucia By / 26th September, 2011

    A few years ago a friend bought a villa just outside the little Andalucia town of Competa which lies a few kilometres from Nerja up in the mountains on the edge of the Natural Park

  • Licensing Act 2003 and Live entertainment red tape By / 18th September, 2011

    The Licensing Act 2003, the Culture Secretary writes on “something they call a blog”  that his department are consulting on government plans to scrap some some of the liv

  • EnglandNet Tourism White Elephant By / 15th September, 2011

    EnglandNet to loose its backing! 
    I can not find the exact details just now but about in 2005 I wrote to the person in charge of tourism in the West Midlands asking how much money

  • TripAdisvor and the invested interest groups By / 15th September, 2011

    TripAdvisor is to be investigated by the Advertising Standard Agency (ASA)
    following action by KwikChex a Bournemouth based company that makes its money by protecting online reputa

  • Fish Fight By / 11th September, 2011

    The Ludlow Food Festival has a sustainability stage featuring a sustainable kitchen, where chefs and others demonstrate and talk about sustainable food, one chef is demonstrating

  • The Ludlow Food Festival By / 11th September, 2011

    The Ludlow Food Festival
    I have somewhat lost contact with The Ludlow Food Festival event in the foodie calender in recent years, so much so that I have not even bothered to look a

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