Food & Drink
All guests on our art, craft and activity holidays enjoy full board catering.
Our chefs have been with us for many years. Every day, they prepare hearty, wholesome meals and delicious home baking using locally sourced fresh produce wherever possible. Enjoy farm-to-table comfort food and a selection of Scottish favourites throughout your stay. All meals are served in our spacious dining room on the lower-ground floor.
We are able to cater to a wide range of diets and do our very best to make sure that all your needs are met. If you have any allergies or dietary requirements, please let us know at the time of booking.
Breakfast comprises of a self-service hot and cold buffet. A range of cereals, fruit and yoghurts are available alongside cooked breakfast items.
Lunch includes the soup of the day and a main course.
• Soup of the day followed by;
• Baked potato with a selection of fillings, or
• A selection of sandwiches and wraps, or
• A hot/cold finger buffet.
In the evenings, enjoy a plated three course meal with a choice between three starters, three mains, and three sweets.
Our evening menu changes daily.
Mixed Vegetable Soup (V, DF, GF)
Poached Pear Salad (V, GF) Served with a blue cheese dressing
Fried Sardines (V, DF, GF) Served with a tomato and caper reduction
Pan-Fried Breast of Duck (DF, GF) Served with an orange sauce
Haddock and Spring Onion Fishcake Served with a parsley sauce
Oriental Vegetable Curry (V, GF, DF) Served with rice
Strawberry Shortcake Cheesecake (V, DF)
Chocolate and Coconut Tart (V, DF, GF)
Fresh Fruit Salad (V, DF, GF)
Wet your whistle with a drink from our well-stocked bar where you can find a range of craft beers, gin, spirits and local whiskies. With the likes of Glengoyne and Auchentoshan just a stone’s throw away from the house, we’re spoiled for choice when it comes to our drams!
Enjoy your drink with your evening meal or take it back upstairs. In the Public Lounge, settle in front of the roaring log fire and take in the breath-taking views across Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park towards Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument.
Or, cosy up in one of the Oak Room’s armchairs and watch a bit of telly. It’s the perfect way to cap off the day.