The Boarding House restaurant has been popular since I was a child, drawing large crowds on weekend afternoons to the old-fashioned cafe. Housed in an old 1920's three-peaked roof home, the well lit country cottage seems to be trapped in limbo, not quite of our time. Meals are served in old ceramic bowls on heavy wooden trays and the decorations look as if they might have been part of the original home.
But the food at the Boarding House is the real reason to visit. Homemade sandwiches and soups are top notch in quality, garnering plenty of repeat business. But what I love more than anything there is the homemade apple crisp, that is plenty fresh and quite tart in taste.