Food was very disappointing. I always have the 'scallop/black pudding starter when we go anywhere and this was the smallest ever. It was ONE scallop sliced into 4 .Poor value for £6.50(?). And the lobster was frozen not fresh, and tiny. Lukewarm FROZEN chips(why?). Haggis balls were dry and shrivelled, more like crumb balls the size of olives, and the batter on the haddock looked lovely, but wasn't cooked inside,and was soggy .For the price? nah. However, the presentation was very pretty, just think chef should try TASTING the stuff now and again. Had been here many moons ago before it was 'done up' and they say one should never go back and in this case I agree. The situation is very special and the outside looks the part, but we found the place plastic and soul less, its lost its little fishing harbour ambience, what a shame.
- 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
- Also Known As:
- Dunure Hotel Dunure
- Dunure Inn Ayrshire, Scotland