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Hotels in Loch Lomond

Culcreuch Castle Hotel and Country Park
Fintry
Loch Lomond
Stirlingshire

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The ancestral home of Clan Galbraith, 700 year old Culcreuch Castle warmly welcomes friends from all over the world to relax in one of the most romantic and historic Castles in the UK.

As the centrepiece of 1,600 acre Culcreuch Estate, and overlooking its own private loch, Culcreuch Castle Hotel is a magical setting for a romantic fine-dining night away, a relaxing mid-week break, peaceful lunch stop over, business event, family occasion or just an invigorating country walk.

All the hotel public rooms are decorated in period style and furnished with antiques, giving the aura and grace of a bygone age of Scotland past. Log fires create warmth and intimacy and the candlelit evening meals in the panelled hotel Dining Room make for most romantic occasions, well complemented by freshly prepared local produce and a carefully selected wine cellar..

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Nearest Train Station: Stirling
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Number of Rooms: 14
Number Ensuite: 14

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: From £102 - £190
Single: From £76 - £120
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Restaurant

Name: Dungeon Diner & Castle Restaurant
Cuisine: Traditional Scottish
Chef: Paul O’Malley

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Facilities

Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
Gym - adjacent
TV in Rooms
Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:

KITCHEN TASTING MENU

Chervil Root & Chestnut

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Hot & Cold Shetland Salmon, Apple,
Cucumber & Sunflower

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32 Day Aged Orkney Beef, Celeriac, Watercress,
Malt-Glazed Oxtail Bun

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Warm Goat’s Cheese Fondant,
Quince & Cabernet Sauvignon

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Tea or Coffee & Petit Fours

4 Courses £36.00
Dining Room is open Wednesday to Sunday 6pm – 9pm. Last orders 8.30pm
PLEASE BOOK YOUR TABLE BEFORE 6PM
NB We do not offer a children’s menu in our dining room and we have an age restriction of 15 years +



DUNGEON ROOM

Today's freshly prepared soup with bloomer bread (v) £4.00

Herb crumbed haggis, caramelised ‘neeps & creamed potatoes £6.00

Culcreuch Cullen skink, crispy leeks & warm onion bread £5.00

Salt-baked heritage beets, cream cheese, baba ganoush & roasted hazelnuts (v) £5.50


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Grilled Scotch beef burger, gem lettuce, mustard mayo & tomato relish on a brioche bun with triple cooked chips £10.00

Crayfish & prawn linguine, shellfish bisque, confit cherry tomatoes & garlic ciabatta £12.50

Rump of Inverurie lamb, dauphinoise potatoes, buttered greens & red wine sauce £17.50

Sweet potato & stem broccoli Thai green curry, sticky coconut rice & coriander steamed buns (v) £10.50

Roasted free range chicken breast, haggis strudel, sauté potatoes, Drambuie sauce £13.00

The Dungeon fish 'n' chips: - breaded haddock fillet with triple cooked chips, mushy peas & tartare sauce £11.00

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Sides


Country bread with whipped maple butter £4.50

Skinny fries £3.00

Triple cooked chips & house dip £4.00

Dauphinoise potatoes £3.00


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Warm honey & citrus cake with vanilla mascarpone £5.00

Sticky toffee pudding, butterscotch sauce & vanilla ice cream £5.00

Milk chocolate mousse, local brambles & castle cookies £5.00

Selection of award winning ice creams from “The Chocolate Box” in Lanarkshire £4.50

FOOD ALLERGIES & INTOLERANCES
Please speak to our staff about the ingredients in your meal when making your order

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