Situated just outside of Dumfires, close to the border between Scotland and England, is the enchanting Hetland Hall Hotel.
A stunning venue for weddings, a relaxing spot for business and a wonderful location for leisure, both hotel guests and passing gourmets alike are invited within the Hetland Hall Hotel should they desire some sumptuous fare.
Now accepting the tastecard, members who call in advance can settle into the Cocktail Bar at Hetland Hall Hotel and enjoy some superb savings off all fare ordered, providing plenty of spare funds for a few tantalising drinks.
Ideal accompaniments with a drink or two are the delectable small dishes, which also act well as starters, with noteworthy bites like the hearty haggis neeps and tatties, adorned with a peppercorn sauce, the classic prawn cocktail, complete with shredded lettuce and a Marie Rose sauce, and the irresistible grilled goat’s cheese, partnered with a balsamic drizzled red pepper and walnut salad.
Those seeking something a little more sustainable can find plenty of classic bar style main courses to choose from, such as the succulent 8oz sirloin steak, served with onion rings, mushrooms and chips, the quintessentially British beer battered East Coast Haddock, paired with a dressed salad, chips and a lemon caper mayonnaise, and an unusual yet veggie friendly choice that is the sweet potato and chicken pea stew, enriched with rocket leaves and a paprika mayonnaise.
With everything made using the freshest locally sourced produce and served in a comfortable venue complete with roaring log fires and views looking out across private grounds, the Cocktail Bar at Hetland Hall Hotel makes for a fantastic spot for any occasion and appetite.
Now part of the RAD Hotel Ltd group, guests can expect exemplary hospitality and a wealth of modern comforts, making the Cocktail Bar at Hetland Hall Hotel an amiable location for more than just the charming accommodation.
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available throughout December, on Bank Holidays or on Celebration Days including, but not limited to, Valentine's Day, Mothering Sunday, Father's Day, etc.