My wife and I spent a week near saltcoats and decided to have a drive down the coast, We stopped off in Dunure for a break in driving, looking at the Dunure inn we thought what a nice place, we carried on down the coast and on our return we went back to the Dunure inn for some Dinner, I wish we hadnt to be fair, I had the mussles for a starter which were fine, my wife had the pate, again ok but when the main course came it was really not to the standard I would expect from this sort of place, I had the T bone steak, Asked for it medium rare, the outside of the steak was very grey and didnt taste very nice at all, my wife had chicken stuffed with Haggis, The chicken was so dry, really not a nice meal at all as far as the main course goes, nearly £6 for a large glass of wine too, on the whole I wouldnt want to go back, A shame because the setting was so nice,
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Inn with stunning views over picturesque harbor & Ayrshire coastline. Restaurant with traditional food and weekly changing seafood specials. Comfortable lounge & public bar with traditional log fires. All rooms en-suite with satellite TV & tea/coffee making facilities. Two self catering cottages. Many local attractions including the world famous Burns' cottage. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dunure Hotel Dunure
- Dunure Inn Ayrshire, Scotland