This Friday we will be lighting the fire and spit roasting ducks.

Half a Duck with apple puree, gravy and dry sage seasoning along with dauphinoise potatoes and french beans £20.00 or Deep fried Dublin Bay Prawns chips and minted peas £20.00.

Available for takeaway this Friday between 6pm and 8.30 pm.

Please email orders to michael@thefrenchhorn.co.uk and have a look at the retail wines available you might like a bottle or two.

The Restaurant and Hotel are now closed until further notice.

If you have made a reservation through a travel agent, please contact them directly to cancel your booking.

We look forward to seeing you when COVID-19 has been defeated.

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The French Horn has a 48 hour cancellation policy, the period of notice required for a refund. Latest check in – 10.30pm.
We regret – no dogs or other pets.

Breakfast is complementary and a full English breakfast offered as room service. Breakfast is not served in the restaurant.

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