We stopped off on the way further North and it was a lovely day so we sat in one of the two outdoor seating areas. the pipes were playing, courtesy of a local wedding, so it was all very nice.
The food is posh nosh, gourmet pub fair with a Scottish theme. Haggis, Neeps and tatties was excellent and a large portion for lunch. My husband had the burger and thought it was lovely. When one of our party had forgotten to ask for no gravy, the waiting staff were very accommodating coming back with a fresh portion rather than the gravy removed as we had requested.
Staff were attentive, helpful and our waiter was pleasant and quirky ( we like a bit of personality).
Coffee came with a bit of Scottish butter tablet; delicious. It's quite expensive for a pub lunch but worth it. The decor insider is all very tasteful and it looks recently refurbished. I would imagine the hotel rooms are nicely done too.
Convenient stopping off point on the way to the highlands and I would recommend if you are looking for something more than a cafe lunch.
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