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  • The Old Colfin Creamery


     

    The Old Colfin Creamery

     

     

    Brought to you by Nick & Emma.

    Offering a balance between old classics and modern dishes using seasonal local produce.

    A warm welcome and a relaxed atmosphere.

    We offer scones, traybakes & coffees. Fresh sandwiches/salads are available as well as our main menu. We cater for dietry requirements eg Gluten Free. Afternoon Tea is very popular at restaurant (24hrs notice needed for this).

    Opening Hours:

    Mon&Tues = closed

    Wed&Thurs = 10am-3pm

    Fri&Sat = 10am-3pm & 6pm-9pm

    Sun = 12noon-6pm

    Telephone: 01776820622

     
     
  • Rose of India


    This upscale exotic restaurant offers authentic Indian food. (more…)

     
     
  • The Schoolhouse


     
     
  • Brodies


    Recently awarded an AA Rosette, Brodies offers light, airy, modern surroundings, and operates a coffee shop enviroment during the day, and a relaxed restaurant and wine bar at night.

     
     
  • The Mount Stewart Hotel


    The Mount Stewart has a lofty position which makes for great sea and village views if the weather is good enough for you to sit on the decking or if you manage to get a window seat indoors. (more…)

     
     
  • Steam Packet Inn Restaurant


    steam packet isle of whithorn

    On the harbour side at Isle of Whithorn, fresh seafood is a speciality. The Steam Packet Inn is famed throughout Wigtownshire for good food. (more…)

     
     
  • Carlo’s Restaurant


    A family run Italian restaurant serving delicious, traditional Italian cuisine. (more…)

     
     
  • Campbells Restaurant Portpatrick


    campbells restaurnat in portpatrick

    Campbell’s Restaurant is famed throughout South West Scotland for its fish and sea food dishes. Situated on Portpatrick sea front, Campbells Restaurant is family owned and run and is popular with locals and visitors alike. Wigtownshire Lamb and Galloway Beef are also specialities. (more…)

     
     
  • Henrys Bay House Restaurant, Stranraer


    Henrys Bay House Restaurant Stranraer

    Henrys Bay House Restaurant is nestled in the West Coast town of Stranraer.

    The menu features locally sourced fish and meat prepared and cooked freshly to order by local chef/restauranteur John Henry.

    The restaurant also boasts the finest sun terrace in the area for alfresco dining and views overlooking the picturesque Loch Ryan where you can watch the ferries going to and from Northern Ireland and Cairnryan Port.

    The comfortable and stylish restaurant and bar are managed by his wife Jane and her team of attentive, welcoming staff.

    Henrys Bay House Opening times

    Henrys bay house is open Tuesday – Saturday
    Serving Lunch 12pm – 2pm
    Dinner from 5pm – 9pm

    Early Bird Special!

    Early bird set menu available,
    2 courses £12.50, 3 Courses £15.50
    5pm – 6pm, Tuesday – Friday!

    Sunday Special Menu

    Served all day Sunday from 12pm – 9pm
    2 Course Meal £12.50
    3 Course Meal £15.50

     

    For details of their extensive menu and for full details, please see their website.

     

     

     
     
  • Corsewall Lighthouse Restaurant


    Corsewall Lighthouse Restaurant in the North Rhinns of Galloway is an ideal location from which to to explore Dumfries and Galloway and Ayrshire.

    Some of Scotland’s most spectacular coastline is found within and nearby the 20 acre grounds of Corsewall Light House Hotel. The lighthouse galleries and public areas afford fine views of the Kintyre Peninsula, Arran, the Firth of Clyde, Ailsa Craig and even the coast of Ireland. The Iron Age fort of Dunskirkloch is found here. A wide variety of flora, abundant sea life, seals, birds and even deer can be viewed from here. On a clear night, the beams of several Scottish and Irish lighthouses can be seen.

    This very unique  hotel and the restaurant delights everyone who has the good fortune to stay or dine here. It has the charm and romance of an 1815 functioning lighthouse with the comforts of a small very unique  hotel and restaurant.

    The Restaurant is open to both residents and non-residents

     

    A sample menu can be viewed and downloaded for easy printing and saving to your tablet or computer here and a dessert menu here.
    All prices were correct at the time of printing and may be subject to change.

    • Lunch is served from 12 o’clock with last orders taken at 1.45 pm
    • Dinner is served from 7 pm with last orders taken at 8.45 pm
    • Tea & Coffee, Sandwiches and home-made Scones or Shortbread are served throughout the day.
     
     
  • Abbey Cottage Coffees & Crafts


    Serving coffees, teas and light meals throughout the day. Delicious home baking. Situated beside picturesque Sweetheart Abbey. Well stocked craft and gift shop.

     
     
  • Sawney Bean`s Restaurant


    Sawney Bean was believed to have been the last known cannibal in Britain and is understood to have lived with his family in a cave in South West Scotland. (more…)

     
     
  • Del Amitri Restaurant @ The Powfoot Hotel


    Since opening in late 2007, the Del Amitri Restaurant has won recognition from leading food critics in Scotland. In 2016, the restaurant moved to The Powfoot Hotel with seating for up to 36 guests.

    This is a traditional style restaurant, with a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. Sit back and enjoy a dish or two from the Scottish and European influenced menu, created using the finest local ingredients by Head Chef Martin Avey and his team.

     
     
  • Easterbrook Hall


    Full of grandeur with a historic soul, the Easterbrook Hall and Crichton Memorial Church is a hidden treasure situated on the 100 acres Crichton Estate in Dumfries, South West Scotland.

    The red sandstone buildings on the estate date back to 1834 with the Easterbrook Hall dating back to 1938. The building has been lovingly modernised whilst retaining its original charm and Art Deco features. The Crichton Memorial Church is more like a mini Cathedral and is considered to be one of the finest examples of ecclesiastical architecture in South Scotland. The ceiling is of carved oak and the floors a remarkable pattern of white, red, green and black marble imported from Italy and Ireland

    Established from the very beginning of the estate, acres of beautifully manicured lawns and impressive flower beds are maintained by our dedicated grounds keepers. The Rock Gardens have a wide variety of plants, miniature waterfall, ornamental pond and numerous seats and alcoves. Visitors are more than welcome to walk around our grounds, there are Heritage leaflets available from reception detailing walking routes around the estate. Why not have lunch at Neuro’s afterwards? www.neuros.co.uk

    Should you have an occasion to celebrate, our team has a wealth of experience in event management ranging from intimate family events to large scale celebrations, the talented and creative Kitchen brigade will tantalise your taste buds and our friendly events team will be on hand to make sure your event is everything you’ve dreamed of.

    Perhaps you are looking for live entertainment whilst visiting the region? Please see our sister site www.easterbrooklive.co.uk for details of upcoming events.

     
     
  • Hullabaloo


    Locally produced food, imaginative ‘city cafe’ menu in a lovely location overlooking the river. (more…)

     
     
  • Selkirk Arms Hotel


    The Selkirk Arms Hotel, a substantial hotel, which has a comfortable bar and conservatory area where bar meals are served. (more…)

     
     
  • Cavens Country House Restaurant


    Fresh, flavoursome dishes are prepared from only the best local produce including award winning local Galloway Belted Cattle beef and Ayrshire lamb. The menu is therefore reviewed daily meaning there is an interesting and varied choice of dishes throughout the year. (more…)

     
     
  • The Willows Restaurant


     

     
     
  • Casa Mia


    Extensive wine list. Good value lunches and early evening menu. (more…)

     
     
  • Mr Pook’s Kitchen


    Mr Pook’s Kitchen

     

    Mr Pook’s Kitchen,

    will be your gateway to Scotland’s larder.

    This new restaurant will showcase some of the best produce from Dumfries and Galloway using ancient, classic and modern cooking techniques.

     

    CREATIVE COOKING,
    LOCAL PRODUCE

     

     
     
  • The Anchor Inn


    Popular pub with outside seating overlooking the Solway Firth at the Kippford estuary, and an extensive bar and restaurant area, with excellent food. (more…)

     
     
  • Blackaddie House Restaurant


    The menu changes daily and all dishes are made in their own kitchens featuring, wherever possible, locally sourced Scottish ingredients. (more…)

     
     
  • The Townhead Hotel


    Welcome to the Townhead Hotel.

    Restaurant

    Our resident Chef and his team are on-hand to provide you with some amazing food. We strive to use as many locally sourced Scottish ingredients wherever possible. We guarantee you will love our menu at The Townhead Hotel.

    We also cater for dietary requirements, such as Gluten Free & Vegetarian, so please do not hesitate to ask one of our staff who will be happy to help.

     
     
  • The Waterfront – Portpatrick


    portpatrick waterfront food

    The Waterfront on the harbour side in Portpatrick offers the option of eating in their attractive restaurant, their intimate bar area or outside on the harbourside (more…)

     
     
  • Masonic Arms


    Excellent food of a consistently high standard, the Masonic has been voted “Scotland’s Best Loved Pub” by the Daily Telegraph. (more…)

     
     
  • Moffat Mill


    Moffat Mill

    Moffat Mill (4 star tourist shop awarded by VisitScotland)

    Moffat Mill is an fantastic destination offering shopping for all and great stop for refreshments as you first cross the Border into Scotland. We are situated only 30 miles north of the Border, only 2 miles from the M74, at Junction 15 and on the scenic, A701, route to Edinburgh. With ample FREE parking for all, including coaches.

    We have a superb 250 seater Restaurant set in a lovely conservatory offering Main Meals, Snacks, Cakes, Cold Drinks and Barrista Hot Drinks.

    The Store is set over several departments with great branded shopping including:

    • Isle Ladieswear
    • Country Rose Ladieswear
    • The Cashmere Shop
    • Ponden Home
    • James Pringle Menswear
    • Harris Tweed
    • The Golf Company
    • Tigi Ladieswear
    • Craghoppers Outdoor
    • Hector Russell Highland Dress & Kilt Hire
    • Hotter Shoes
    • Yankee Candles and much much more

    Visit our Spirit of Scotland Whisky shop where you can sample from our wide range of Malt and Blended Whisky’s at our daily tastings. Also available are a variety of Liqueuer’s, Wines, Vodka’s, Gin’s and Beers. Our Food & Gift Department has a extensive range of Scottish Foods, Souvenirs and Gift idea’s ideal for all occasions. We also have a large Home department with Kitchen & Cooking, China & Glassware, Bedding, Candles and Soft Furnishings. Hattersley Looms exhibition showing the process of machine weaving with a TV presentation.

    Store is Open all year round, 7 days a week (Christmas Day only closed), 9.00am – 5.00pm with some seasonal variations.

     
     
  • Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop


    Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop and Visitors Centre

    Famous since 1754 and family run since 1885, the Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop is one of Scotland’s most popular visitor attractions.

    From its historical beginnings as the home of runaway weddings, Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop is now a 5-star visitor destination. With shopping, museum, dining, hotels, courtship maze and outdoor play park, It’s the perfect family-friendly day out.

    You’ll find us just off the M74/M6 motorway.  As you arrive you’ll see the famous black and white building which is the historic marriage house, popular with eloping couples since 1754. Nowadays couples come from all over the world to marry here. If you’re lucky you might catch a glimpse of a newly wed couple as they become part of Gretna Green history.

    Our family-friendly museum brings to life the drama and excitement of Gretna Green’s long history of runaway weddings.

    Here you’ll find original letters, telegrams and marriage certificates. There’s a fascinating collection of memorabilia and artefacts to discover too. This is where the story of Gretna Green really unfolds. Enter the historic marriage room and touch the famous Anvil, the symbol of romance in Gretna Green. Legend has it that if you touch the Anvil good fortune in affairs of the heart will be yours.

    The Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop is a thriving destination with a range of shopping options & things to do. Our unique range of shops carry a wide variety of products. From fashion, jewellery and speciality Scottish products, to whisky, gifts and locally produced food.

    If you’re looking for a great place to eat, our fully licensed Blacksmiths Foodcourt is the perfect place.

    Tempt your taste buds with mouth watering dishes and our range of hot and cold snacks and drinks. Or simply relax with an ice-cream in our sculpture courtyard and soak up the atmosphere.

    This is a destination full of history with lots to see and do. You can even stop for longer at one of our three, individually designed, hotels.  Smiths Hotel at Gretna GreenGreens at Gretna and newly refurbished, Gretna Hall Historic Marriage House  are all within walking distance. Each of the hotels offer great food to residents and visitors alike.

    So if you’re looking for places to visit in South West Scotland , Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop and visitor centre should be on your list.

    With onsite car parking, children’s play area, places to eat and The Courtship Maze, Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop, is the perfect place for families and couples alike.

    Open Every Day (Only closed Christmas Day)

    • 9.00 am – 5.30 pm: April and May
    • 9.00 am – 6.00 pm: June to September
    • 9.00 am – 5.00 pm: October to March
     
     
  • The Eskdale Hotel


    Open to both residents & non-residents alike, the facilities at Eskdale Hotel, Langholm offer an ideal venue for tasty meals & snacks, weddings & parties, business meetings or simply as an escape for a relaxing cup of tea or coffee.

    Call 01387 380 357 to make your reservation or contact us online

     

    COCKTAIL BAR, LIBRARY & LOUNGE BAR

    Open all day, with relaxing spaces to sit and enjoy a quiet drink from our extensive range of beers, wines and spirits, or choose coffee or tea. We also offer a delicious great value bar and snack menus for lunch and our popular traditional afternoon tea, with a selection of tasty fresh sandwiches, cream scones and home bakes and a choice of speciality teas or coffee.

    To the rear of the building we offer an inviting south facing outdoor decked beer garden during the summer months where dogs are welcome.

    THE DINING ROOM

    Accommodating from 30 – 90 guests and decorated in rich warm reds and deep aubergine colours, this great room can be offered for private dining, meetings and events. The Dining Room is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a romantic meal or celebrate that special family occasion.

    MEETINGS, FUNCTIONS & EVENTS

    For weddings, meetings and events our fully air conditioned function room can accommodate up to 100 guests; being a mere 15 miles from Gretna Green the picturesque town of Langholm is an ideal location away from the commercial hubbub. The Eskdale Hotel provides a comfortable relaxing venue for your reception and/or for guest accommodation on your very special day.

    With a range of menus and drinks packages which can be tailored to suit your requirements and budget, private meeting facilities inclusive of projector and screen our town centre location as well as private parking to the rear of the hotel makes the Eskdale Hotel the perfect venue for your meeting, event or special occasion.

     
     
  • Neuros Bar, Restaurant and Spa


    Welcome to Neuro’s

    Neuro’s Bar, Restaurant and spa is located in the heart of the Crichton estate and is adjacent to the magnificent Easterbrook Hall. Neuro’s is an ideal place to stop-off for a coffee, drink or meal before or after attending an event in Easterbrook Hall. If you work or study on site, Neuro’s may well be your mid-week ‘local’ for a sit-in or takeaway coffee, breakfast or lunch or your go to place for a business meeting, a colleague’s birthday or corporate celebration or just an informal catch-up with friends.

    If you’re a corporate or leisure visitor or a local resident exploring the Crichton be sure to call into Neuro’s which is also a relaxing place to enjoy a swim, spa or beauty treatment or to indulge in an afternoon tea. In the evenings or at the weekend, why not dine at Neuro’s and enjoy a drink or two from our wide range of refreshments and cocktails if you prefer.  Whether you’re out for a stroll in the gardens or just to save yourself the bother bring your family along for a Sunday Roast.

    Whatever your reason for visiting, our friendly team is ready to welcome and welcome you back to Neuro’s.

     
     
  • Pizzeria IL Fiume & Bar Milan


    Established 32 years. Italian Mediterranean cuisine features authentic log oven. (more…)

     
     
  • Eskdalemuir Community Hub and Old School Cafe


    Eskdalemuir Community Hub & Old School Café. Fully licensed. Delicious food local produce and home cooking. Drinks, snacks, lunches & dinners.

     
     
  • Laurie Arms Hotel


    This restaurant and bar is owned by two local farmers and they really do use local produce where ever possible. (more…)

     
     
  • Pancake Place


    80 seater family restaurant. Waitress service. Extensive menu, children’s menu. (more…)

     
     
  • The Swan


    Popular with locals and visitors, at Kingholm Quay, just outside Dumfries. (more…)

     
     
  • The Lairds Inn


    The Lairds Inn

     
     
  • Sun Kai Restaurant and Take Away Stranraer


    Stranraer restaurants sun kai

    The Sun Kai is a long established, family run restaurant in Stranraer. Food is traditional Chinese. It is popular with visitors and locals alike and ranks highly on TripAdvisor

     
     
  • Jewel in the Crown, Dumfries


    This popular Indian restaurant is a favourite with locals and tourists in the town. (more…)

     
     
  • The Limetree Restaurant


    “Good Food Guide” recommended. A seasonal blend of modern and traditional cooking using only fresh ingredients. (more…)

     
     
  • The Bruce Hotel


    The relaxing bar and restaurant provide an excellent venue for all types of social occasion, from informal bar lunches to intimate, candlelit dinners in the restaurant with its romantic atmosphere and outstanding view over the Galloway Hills. (more…)

     
     
  • The Harbour House Hotel.


    Nestled in the South West corner of Dumfries & Galloway the Harbour House offers contemporary accommodation, with eight bedrooms and three self-catering apartments, designed with comfort and quality in mind. Our onsite restaurant not only provides a hearty start for our Bed & Breakfast guests, but also serves a fresh and home-made menu of British pub classics for lunch and dinner for visitors and residents.
    Situated on the waterfront in the picturesque harbour town of Portpatrick, The Harbour House Hotel is a great location from which to explore the region. There is plenty to keep you entertained during your stay, from sporting activities, coastal walks, sub tropic botanical gardens, or perhaps back to basics to relax with the quintessential seaside getaway. Take a look at our local information for inspiration during your stay.
    Whatever you get up to during your holiday, the Harbour House is the perfect retreat. Refuel in our bar after a day on the fairway, or retire from the rock pools and sandy beaches to watch the sunset from our conservatory. Enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep in our welcoming, modern rooms, ready for the next day’s adventure.

     
     
  • The Globe Inn


    The Globe Inn,

    tucked away in a narrow close off the High Street of Dumfries, will always be associated with Robert Burns, Scotland’s National Bard. It is one of the country’s oldest hostelries, established in 1610. Robert Burns frequented the Globe firstly from Ellisland Farm, whilst he was building the farmhouse, and subsequently when he moved into the town of Dumfries. The Globe at that time was a town center Inn of some stature and it is no wonder that the bard was drawn to it. Physically the Globe has changed little, although in 1829 it was described as a ‘commodious dwelling house and garden with extensive stabling’. This would hardly be recognized today, the building now surrounded on all sides by shops and the stables now formed into a lounge bar. However, the old rooms are still there, his chair is still intact, the fireplace thereby but above all, the Globe is still alive and far removed from some inert museum; people still congregate to chat and laugh as before. He first wrote from the Globe in October 1791, but had visited earlier, and in August 1795, in a letter to James Johnson, requested the printer and publisher to produce “a job which I beg will finish pretty soon. It is a bill, as you will see, for a tavern. The tavern keeper Hyslop is a good honest fellow and as I lie under particular obligations to him I request that you may do it for him on the most reasonable terms. The tavern is at the sign of the Globe”.
    The Globe Inn today retains many original features of Burns time, the bedroom where he slept and the verses on the window panes, the chair on which he sat in the room where he dined, but good home cooked food and a variety of modern drink is now available in this cosy little pub.

     
     
  • GG’s Yard Venue


    GG’s Yard Venue

    We offer a simply stunning setting, hidden in the glorious Galloway hills which overlook breathtaking views of Scotland’s most beautiful southern coastline. Our location is nothing less than perfect and if you are looking for excellence, GG’s yard is the venue for you.

    Outstanding service and attention to detail are two highly regarded values at GG’s Yard. There are no requests too big or too small, our friendly staff are always here to meet the your needs with exemplary standards.

    Enjoy your day without a worry and leave it to the experts at GG’s Yard.

    Our Unique Development

    Stunning stonework, rolling heather hills, pristine gardens, sensational sea views, heavenly interiors, superior service, first class finishings and divine decorative accessories. This is a venue that speaks class and here at GG’s Yard we have it all.

    At present GG’s Yard stands as an empty unit with beautiful character and charm awaiting its magical renovation and infusion of new life.

    Our 200 year old building is assembled with stunning stonework which has recently been sandblasted to reveal a beautiful and unique combination of warm colour tones. The natural walls will feature inside the new venue extension forming an ambience of class and beauty. The steading is framed with fabulous exposed wooden beams that create a wonderful rustic country aura. The neutral colour palate will continue throughout the internal finishings giving you the opportunity to style GG’s neutral elegance to your individual taste.

    Launching in late 2017, GG’s Yard will be totally unique by making the most of original features and adding modern elements. The combination of its natural beauty with the addition of glass walls, contemporary lighting and opulent interior will complement each other and create an atmosphere perfect for many an occasion.

    This exceptional venue will soon capture the hearts of brides and make dream weddings come true.

    Conference

    GG’s Yard is the perfect venue to host a conference. Away from the distractions of life this remote location is inspirational and refreshing. Our quiet setting allows clients the opportunity to concentrate in a light and calming atmosphere miles from the office! If you need to stimulate staff or share concepts with colleagues, GG’s Yard is the place to do so. We can cater for numbers up to 300 and provide you with refreshments and lunch if requested. Should our Grand Gallery be too large for your meeting we are happy to rent out a wing of the building for smaller numbers at a reduced fee.

     
     
  • The Pheasant


    The Pheasant

    Situated in the small village of Sorbie The Pheasant offers a unique dining experience in the heart of Galloway.

    Run by husband and wife team Morag and Andrea Cuomo who spent 13 years in Edinburgh and a year in Italy before returning to Morag’s roots in Galloway.  Born and bred in Naples Andrea’s cooking reflects his upbringing in Italy. The menu is a combination of authentic Italian dishes as well as dishes of his own creation.

    THE MENU

    The seasonal menu offers a concise selection of meat, fish and vegetarian dishes and assures customers all the dishes are freshly prepared. Fresh handmade pasta is a speciality, the ravioli and gnocchi are loved by children and adults.

    Take away pizza now available !

    Please bear in mind at the weekend we may be busy and takeaway is subject to availability so we advise order ahead.

    Wednesday to Sunday – 12 – 2.30pm | 5 – 10pm

    Quality Local Produce

    Locally sourced produce is important to us. Our aim is to support local suppliers whenever possible and take advantage of the wealth of high quality produce that Scotland and Dumfries and Galloway itself has to offer.

    We have a minimum waste policy. Frequent small deliveries of fresh produce ensure the quality of our dishes and also minimise waste. We utilise the recycling facilities and manage to recycle a significant portion of our waste.

     

    THE RESTAURANT

    Customers can relax in the lounge with log fire, enjoy a casual lunch or pre-dinner drink before going to their table in the modern rustic dining room.  The bespoke lighting, driftwood bar and original artwork are often a talking point of the dining room.

    Outdoor seating out the front and back garden terrace is available those sunny day. Cyclist and dog owners are welcome to use these spaces too.

    The friendly, attentive service, warm and cosy atmosphere and passion for food all make your Pheasant visit a memorable one.

    NEARBY

    The location is great for exploring The Machars area.  There are beautiful coastal walks from Garlieston, St Ninians Cave and St Medians near Monreith. Nearby Kilsture forest has many pathways to make a quick stroll for a breath of fresh air or a longer walk with the dog. The huge beech trees that line the southern edge of the woods and the blankets of bluebells when in season are both magical.

     

    Lunch and Early Evening Menu (5-6.30pm)

    Two Course £9.50

    Three Course £12.30

    Full A la carte menu is always available

    Booking is recommended

     

     
     
  • Crown Hotel Restaurant


    crown hotel portpatrick

    The Crown Hotel Restaurant in Portpatrick is situated right on the harbourside. It has a large conservatory restaurant to the rear for more formal dining. Meals are also served in the large bar and at the outside tables which have awesome views of the harbour. (more…)

     
     
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