Originally a farm dating back to 1930, The Last Drop Village, named so after the owner was given ‘the last drop’ of wine in celebration of finishing the hotel, was transformed into an enchanting hotel just over 30 years later, one complete with a spa and restaurant.
The latter is known as the Courtyard Restaurant and invites guests both inside and out, if the sun is shining of course.
Now accepting the tastecard, members who call in advance can enjoy every tantalising choice on the menu at an incredible price. With so much to choose from, encompassing both British classics and internationally inspired delights, guests can indulge in a wonderful meal at The Courtyard Restaurant, regardless of whether they’re staying overnight or simply passing through the area.
A mere handful of the delicious dishes available include the likes of the succulent 10oz ribeye steak, sourced from traditionally reared herds in Casterbridge, and the rich fillet of sea bass, complete with a chorizo cassoulet, as well as a wealth of divine desserts and lighter bites that can turn a great meal into an exquisite feast.
Formerly a part of the Mercure chain, The Last Drop Village has now established itself as an independent hotel that serves all walks of life with fantastic food, a relaxing spa and comfortable accommodation.