This contemporary restaurant and bar has such mouth-watering variety on the menu that it's a battle of willpower to choose just one thing to eat. The Inn on the Hill offers a unique dining experience with tailor-made steaks, a chic yet relaxing ambience and eight stylish en-suite bedrooms upstairs. The striking Victorian exterior gives way to comfortable contemporary decor and furnishings inside, and the open-plan layout adds to the easy-going but lively vibe. There are five types of steak available from the butcher's counter, which are ready to be tailored to fit your fancy - choose the size, the cut, how you want it cooked, and even which sauces, extras and style of potatoes you want to accompany your meat. If steak isn't your thing, there are plenty of other options to sample. We tucked into starters of dressed crab, mango and watercress salad and wild mushroom brioche, before I enjoyed delicate fillets of sea bass in a white wine and mushroom sauce, served on a bed of spinach with mashed potato, for my main. My partner enjoyed compiling his bespoke steak dish, the pleasure of which was only topped by actually tasting his creation. Finished with rich chocolate torte and caramelised figs with almond mascarpone, our meal was so gastronomically wonderful that I cannot wait to return and try more. There are gourmet burgers, Sunday carvery lunches with five different meats, more extremely tempting desserts and a comprehensive wine list - all served by friendly and helpful staff. And if all that overindulgence proves too much, check into one of the luxurious bedrooms for the night - the individually designed rooms, each of which showcases a different variety of wood, feature luxury bathrooms and prove that one visit to the Inn on the Hill is definitely not enough.