Michelin inspectors are keeping a close eye on Paschoe House’s stratospheric rise into foodie heaven. Since its opening in August 2017, Paschoe House has been on a soaring trajectory, awarded 5 stars by the AA for its discrete luxury and on the verge of a third AA rosette for its imaginative cuisine.
It’s a phoenix from the ashes story. By 2010 Juan Amador had run out of funds in his attempt to revive a grand 19th century house built in Tudor Gothic style. The family home lay derelict for six years, until his daughter Tabitha, at the age of 26, revived a teenage dream. She raised the finance in 4 weeks, gained planning permission in 2 years and created an intimate 9 room boutique hotel.
Meanwhile, on a separate page of history, Tabitha, now married as Mrs Fern, brought chef Craig Davies to Paschoe House. Having worked with