The building containing the Galley Bistro has been through many incarnations in its lifetime, including a cooperage, a workshop, a storeroom and for several years a derelict shell. This changed in the 1990s when work began to adapt it into its current incarnation.
The Galley oozes warmth and history with its flagstone floors, Portland stone walls and low beamed ceilings of the original building. Complemented by its dark wooden furniture and soft, Tiffany-style lighting the bistro has an ambience which is unique and wonderful.
The atmosphere is more European on the outside patio, where checked cloths and sun parasols (weather permitting!) are the order of the day. The perfect spot to enjoy an alfresco lunch or early dinner during the summer months or a hot chocolate or a cappuccino whilst making the most of the winter sun.