36 on the Quay

A 17th-century house, ‘in a delightful position opposite the quay’, in an ‘attractive little town’, is today run as a smart restaurant-with-rooms. More

Contact details

36 on the Quay
47 South Street
Emsworth
Hampshire
PO10 7EG
England
01243 375592

Hotel information

Bedrooms

4.

Open

all year except 24-28 Dec, 1 week May, 1 week Oct; restaurant closed Sun/Mon.

Facilities

bar area, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), small terrace, limited parking, restaurant wheelchair accessible, adapted toilet.

Background music

none.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B single £75-£110, double £110-£200. A la carte £48-£58, tasting menu £65.

Good Hotel Guide Review

A 17th-century house, ‘in a delightful position opposite the quay’, in an ‘attractive little town’, is today run as a smart restaurant-with-rooms. The long-time owners, Karen and Ramon Farthing, are now partners with Gary and Martina Pearce, manager and chef respectively. Light, airy, ‘beautifully decorated, spotless’ bedrooms, some with centuries-old exposed timbers, offer views of an arm of Chichester harbour or a tidal millpond. ‘Comfortable accommodation,’ says a reader, but it is for Mr Pearce’s cooking, above all, that people come. His style is modern British with European influences. Ingredients are locally produced or foraged (sea buckthorn from the shore, cèpes and chanterelles from the South Downs). Menus offer four choices at each of three courses. Perhaps smoked eel, hazelnut and eel mousse, apple terrine, potato and eel croquette, apple and eel sauce; pan-fried red mullet, sand carrots, confit chicken, pickled amaranth, spiced red wine sauce; parfait of Hayling Island honey, frozen yogurt rocks, salted lemon curd, sumac meringue. Next morning, a continental breakfast. PG Wodehouse once rented a cottage in Emsworth named Threepwood; ‘Plum’ fans will make the connections.

Map

36 on the Quay
47 South Street
Emsworth
Hampshire
PO10 7EG

Guest comments

'We had a superb time. Our room, though fairly compact, was beautifully decorated, spotlessly clean. Fixtures and fittings of high quality. Everything worked. The restaurant is immaculately appointed, with lovely views, and the quality and presentation of the dishes was superb. Service was friendly, knowledgeable and efficient. Only slight niggle about the breakfast was the packet orange juice. A great experience. ' - Ian Malone - April, 2015
'What a find. Guide comments fully endorsed. Restaurant and rooms well furnished. Fresh fruit at breakfast. ' - Michael and Margaret Cross - October, 2014

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