Short stay: The Black Bull, Sedbergh, Cumbria, UK By Michael Edwards on Jun 04, 2021 in Accommodation, Europe, Featured, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Regions, Restaurants, Travel Miscellany, United Kingdom, Western Europe
It is a journey that has brought a Japanese Thinking Bath, kokedama mossball rooted plants and potent wasabi vodka to small-town Cumbria. Nina Matsunaga, born of Japanese parents in Düsseldorf, and James Ratcliffe, born just down the dry-stone-wall-bordered road, have put Sedbergh on the foodies’ global map. Guests travel from afar for East / West fusion cuisine in a black-timbered, whitewashed pub that has received international acclaim.
The Black Bull is an 18 room, 17th century labyrinthine coaching inn, that sits on Main Street at the heart of quaint Sedbergh.
Reception is discretely slotted into the large coaching house bar. Formalities are few as we are welcomed and guided up some creakingly
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