For dining, the area has a good choice of restaurants, pubs and bistros, and we are happy to help with recommendations and make reservations or arrange transport on your behalf. All of the restaurants we suggest offer a range of vegan, vegetarian and allergen-free options, but if you need advice, please ask us.
We offer informal three-course dinners at least three nights a week throughout the year. These dinners are always subject to a minimum of 6 people choosing to dine with us and always commence at 7.30 p.m. Depending upon the weather and the number of participants, these dinners may be served in the dining room or on the terrace.
Please let us know in advance if you want to dine with us, and don’t forget to let us know any special dietary requirements. We will confirm with you 48 hours before your arrival if the dinner you requested is taking place and confirm that our selected menu is to your liking.
We do not have a liquor licence, but we also do not charge corkage, so feel free to bring your favourite tipple with you, or if you inform us in advance, we can secure your requirements before your arrival. We ask that guests consume alcohol responsibly and not cause a nuisance to others.
We are both proud of our Scottish heritage and are delighted to share this part of Scotland and its’ associated produce with you as our guests.
We both come from agricultural backgrounds and have always supported well-farmed, well-produced local products as a way of life. Scotland’s food and drink come from unspoilt habitats and varied weather, perfect for producing a wide variety of high-quality fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, meat and much more. With that in mind, we go out of our way to source Scottish produce of the quality and nature you expect of Scotland.
Scotland is renowned for it’s fresh produce and Moray is no exception to the extent