The Oystercatcher restaurant located within a three bedroom hotel of the same name is a must place to enjoy fine dining. Only the freshest produce is used in the dishes and there is a list of the suppliers at the back of the menu. The husband (the chef) and his wife were so friendly and ever ready to offer advice on what made up each dish. The three starters were a magnificent which preceded the main and desert courses. The wine list was extensive as was the whisky range. You must book as we did, and visiting from Australia we arranged our holiday to fit in the dining experience. The bedrooms were on par with the dining, perfect. The breakfast was just as good as the main meal and plentiful. The Oystercatcher is a dining experience not to be missed even though it is a little of the beaten track. Seeing the number of diners in the bistro means the word has already spread, I know when I head back to Scotland I will be making a booking.
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