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Michelin Guide 2024: Lympstone Manor near Exmouth features

Lympstone Manor retained its place on the Michelin Guide for 2024 <i>(Image: Lympstone Manor/Tripadvisor)</i>
Lympstone Manor retained its place on the Michelin Guide for 2024 (Image: Lympstone Manor/Tripadvisor)

An "elaborate" and "modern" restaurant near Exmouth has retained its place on the Michelin Guide for 2024.

Lympstone Manor was included on the list of one-star restaurants, just like it did in the 2023 version of the guide.

On Monday, February 5, restaurants that had newly received Michelin stars were unveiled at a ceremony held at The Midland Hotel in Manchester, along with the rest of the guide.

The full Michelin Guide 2024 list of restaurants can be found on its website here.

What did the Michelin Guide say about Lympstone Manor?

On its individual profile for Lympstone Manor, the Michelin Guide wrote: "This tastefully restored, Grade II listed Georgian house – owned by local chef Michael Caines – sits in peaceful grounds, and its pretty veranda is the perfect spot for a drink.

"Cooking is sophisticated, well-balanced and boldly flavoured – and while the dishes have classical undertones, presentation remains modern and elaborate.

"The 8 course ‘Signature’ tasting menu demonstrates the team’s abilities and there’s an ‘Estuary’ option available for pescatarians.

"Bedrooms are beautifully furnished; go for one with a firepit and hot tub."

Alongside that, Lympstone Manor has been well-received by diners, with it earning a 4.5/5 score on Tripadvisor from 426 reviews.


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One reviewer wrote: "Fabulous views, relaxed atmosphere, excellent food. We couldn’t have asked for a better lunch, the service was super friendly but not familiar.

"I had celeriac soup with almond, and truffle, my daughter had duck croquette which said was delicious. We both had fish of the day which was cod with crushed potatoes and saffron and it was amazing."

Another posted: "This is the best tasting menu I have tasted, if anything I think it was one dish too many, and that is rare to say in a high dining restaurant. The highlights were the langoustine, Pate terrine, lamb. I can’t fault one course at all."



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