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All meals are served in our spacious dining room.  We can arrange seating in the dining room to accommodate large groups of guests wishing to eat together, or provide individual tables  for individuals or couples preferring a little more privacy while eating.

Plese let us know in advance of your arrival if you have any special dietary requirements so that we can best plan for your needs.



We aim to give you the very best start to your day whether you prefer a lighter breakfast of fresh fruit, cereals, yoghurts, baked item of the day (e.g. breakfast muffins) and toast, or the full Scottish Breakfast (or both!).  The Scottish cooked breakfast menu allows you to select from a menu, typically this would be:  bacon, lorne sausage, black pudding, grilled tomatoes, baked beans, tattie scone and eggs (however you like them). But we like to ring the changes and so the menu may include haggis slice or a slice of Lynn's home made clootie dumpling when they are available.   We offer daily 'breakfast specials' such as Loch Fyne Kipper, or scrambled egg with smoked salmon, orange french toast and pancakes with bacon and maple syrup .  These change daily so wait to be surprised!

  This is one of Lynn's clootie dumplings weighing in at 2kg fresh from the aga!




We can recommend nearby restaurants and Inns that provide a range of options for eating out in the area to suit all tastes and budgets!

Packed Lunches are also available - from £5.00 depending on how many rounds of sandwiches you require!


For your added reassurance we are pleased to advise you that Dunchraigaig House has received an 'Eat Safe Award'.  These awards are only issued by the 'Food Standards Agency'  to establishments demonstrating the very highest levels of food hygiene.  You can take a look at the 'Eat Safe' Website (click on the icon) to see which other establishments also meet these very highest levels of food hygiene. 



 We have a small flock of 11 hens. They are very happy free range hens (they have a whole paddock to roam in) and are very sociable - they would love you to visit them!   They provide us with 9 -10 eggs per day and so supplement our egg stocks.  We cannot promise everyone a Dunchraigaig egg but we try to share the eggs around as fairly as we can!


 
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