Burns night dinner

Friday 26th January

£45 per person for dinner

Luxury overnight stay for 2
people starting from £209

7 pm arrival
Guests welcomed by Traditional Piper

Cock-a-leekie Soup
Rustic stone ground sourdough bread


Piper to parade the Haggis and addressed by the Host
‘Haggis, Neeps & Tatties’
Whiskey sauce


Roast Scotch Sirloin of Beef
Roast vegetables, red wine and herb gravy


Flavours of Cranachan
Whiskey panna cotta, Compressed minted raspberries, oat and honey granola

Followed by Scottish folk songs Carriages 11pm

Luxury overnight stay for 2
people starting from £209

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    Who was Robert

    Robert Burns, also known as the Bard of Ayrshire or the Ploughman Poet, was a Scottish poet and lyricist born on January 25, 1759. His works are celebrated for their emotional depth, wit, and insight into the human condition. Burns wrote in both Scots and English, often addressing universal themes such as love, nature, and social justice. His poetry continues to resonate, and his influence on Scottish literature is profound.

    Why do we
    celebrate burns

    We celebrate Robert Burns to honor the enduring legacy of a literary and cultural icon whose contributions have left an indelible mark on the world. The annual celebration of Burns Night on January 25th marks the poet's birthday, bringing people together for Burns Suppers worldwide. During these gatherings, participants indulge in traditional Scottish fare, raise a toast with a dram of whisky, and recite Burns' poetry.