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The Scran & Scallie Two of Scotland’s top chefs, Michelin star chef Tom Kitchin and Dominic Jack of Castle Terrace Restaurant, have come together to create menus of fresh, home-cooked dishes using quality, seasonal, local produce, with the support of Head Chef Jamie Knox. The Scran & Scallie is open 7 days a week serving lunch, bar ‘scran’ and dinner as well as an extensive drinks menu throughout the day. A set lunch menu is also available Monday to Friday. Breakfast is served from 8.30-11.00 am on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year. This breakfast menu features a selection of favourites such as Scottish breakfast, Eggs Benedict and Drop Scone pancakes to mention a few, as well as freshly made seasonal juices. The rustic but charming interior of the gastro pub showcases many of the old features of the building, refreshed with modern Scottish accents and a hint of Scandinavian influences. Furnishings are distressed and reclaimed with tartan and tweeds, adding character and bringing the original interior back to life. Fabrics from the Isle of Bute mixed up with exposed original brickwork and natural tones are sitting alongside tactile Scandinavian finishings and wallpaper by Scottish design duo Timorous Beasties. The […]
The traditional ‘Forth Inn’ is smack bang right in the centre of Aberfoyle, it’s not a large town but it has character and it’s a great place to visit. From the street, it looks like it might be a decent enough ‘local’ but you get no idea of what is waiting inside. We offer a unique blend of old and new, providing a relaxing mixture of excellent food comfortable interiors, local cask ales and fine wine, all in a stunning location. Renowned & accredited for great Country Pub Dining, serving superb “Scottish” Cask Marque awarded Ales & selected Craft Beers and also being a seriously Dog-Friendly Pub. The Forth Inn is the place to put those holiday ideas into motion, less than 1hr from Glasgow we are an easy place to get to for that countryside escape. Forth Inn won Dog-Friendly Pub of The Year 2018 in Scotland (it made us very proud) and were runners up in 16, 17 & 19. Yes, we are seriously Dog-Friendly. We have the best floor in the world for Dogs in the Bar – it’s Slate!, so don’t worry about Fido or Bruce being a bit dirty. For those who are not to keen on dogs we have […]
Set in amongst the rich fields and the hedge fringed country roads of the Carse of Gowrie, Perthshire, there’s this strange Scottish winery. Since 1987 Cairn o’ Mohr has been brewing up juicy-fruity, berry loaded, blossom scented, leafy layered, award winning country wines, using the berries for which the area is famous, wild flowers, fruits and leaves. Fruit wines, sparkling wines, ciders and bourtree juices using near anything that grows. Owners Ron and Judith Gillies believe in sourcing locally, and living in an area flush with wild ingredients and some of the best fruit in the world it’s all there for the picking.
Fine Food & Ale Since 1635 Traditional family-owned country hotel, pub & restaurant situated in Thornhill just outside Stirling, welcoming visitors in to warm up by our 3 log burning fires (including a huge open fireplace in one of the dining rooms). Full of friendly locals, it is one of the few Free Houses left in Scotland, with reasonable prices on beer, food & accommodation. Dog friendly bar with food served.
The Long Dog Cafe offers a very friendly and relaxing environment for you to meet for coffee, brunch or a spot of lunch. All of our menu available to take away. All dogs are welcome as long as they are accompanied by a well behaved owner, and there is no need to book.
The only inn situated inside South West Scotland’s Galloway Forest Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty, the House o’ Hill is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a meal with family or friends. We serve good honest home-made food all of which is freshly prepared using locally-sourced produce, from our meats and fish to our fine cheeses. Come and try our wild venison, straight from the Galloway Hills. For those with a love of the sea, most of our fish and shellfish is caught from local waters – experience a real taste of Galloway! Our contemporary bar stocks an excellent range of real ales, spirits, wines, soft drinks and snacks whilst we also have comfortable guest rooms for those visiting the area and wishing to stay a while.
We’re a family friendly community bar in Old Kilpatrick with food sports and music we serve great food seven days a week and show most major sporting events on our T.V.’s and have regular live music events! Located in the historic village of Old Kilpatrick, Clydebank on the Dumbarton Road, directly under the Erskine Bridge, we’re just a short drive from the centre of Glasgow, and are very close to the Forth and Clyde Canal, the River Clyde, Kilpatrick Station and the Antonine Wall, and lots of places of local interest.
A warm welcome awaits you at The Tweeddale Arms Hotel in Gifford. Our goal is for our customers to have the best experience with us as possible. Whether you are staying in one of your rooms, or just here for a meal, we want you to enjoy your time with us.
The Balloch House was built in the early 18th Century, when it was the place where ferries ran from across the River Leven. It became a hotel in the early 19th century since when The Balloch has had a number of famous visitors including; Hans Christian Anderson in 1847 and the Empress Eugenie, wife of Louis-Napolean Bonaparte’s nephew in 1860.
The Lorne is a traditional pub set in the heart of Oban. We aim to combine an extensive choice of quality freshly prepared food – including locally caught fish and seafood – with a great range of beers and wines, good value and excellent service.
The Royal Mackintosh Hotel is an independently family run old Victorian hotel situated in the seaside town of Dunbar, East Lothian. Located just minutes from Dunbar train station, this centrally located hotel is an ideal location for tourists. The Royal Mackintosh Hotel provides a great base for those wishing to see the sights of East Lothian, Scottish Borders and Edinburgh.
The Coachman is the ‘Public Bar’ of the Buccleuch Arms Hotel, with separate access from the street. A good, friendly locals bar at lunchtime, which becomes a lively meeting place in the evenings, especially the weekends. Dogs are allowed throughout our premises.
The hotel sits at the entrance to the beautiful Scottish Highlands, yet is easily accessed from Glasgow and Edinburgh. It is this balance that gives us our unique position as a luxurious hotel, bar and restaurant accessible to many, but enjoyed by the lucky few.
An award winning bistro set on the charming river Tyne run by the Findlay family. The family has been in catering for over 50 years. Jim Findlay run the successful bistro between 1982 and 2002. The restaurant and bar was back in the family in June 2017 and is now run by son James Findlay along with the family and an experienced professional team.
The Balloch House is a dog friendly pub in Loch Lomond. We welcome four legged friends and have water and treats available to ensure they’re as comfortable as you are during your visit! Dogs are allowed in the bar area of our pub, as this is the most friendly environment for you and your four-legged friends to feel relaxed, safe, and happy at all times during your visit.
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