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Portland Arms Hotel
Lybster
Highlands

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We would be delighted to welcome you to the Portland Arms - a very special place with a very special atmosphere!

Our General Manager Craig Williamson and his team aim to provide really good home cooking using the best of local produce and recipes which have been handed down through the generations.

Enjoy Coffees, Lunches, Afternoon Tea, or an Evening Meal in a relaxed informal atmosphere for all the family. Sunday Lunch is a speciality.

The Portland Arms is perfect for wedding Recpetions, Private Dinner Parties, Business Conferences, Meetings and all Special Occasions.

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Ratings/Awards: STB 3 Star
Taste of Scotland
Number of Rooms: 22
Number Ensuite: 22

Price per Person

Double: £43 - £50
Twin: £43 - £50
Single: £70
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Facilities

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Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Conference/Business Facilities
Garden

Sample Menu:


Simple Beginnings
Prawn Cocktail – a classic dish of Prawns in Marie rose sauce
served on salad leaves with granary bread
Home Made Country Pâté - with Cumberland sauce
Deep Fried Potato Skins – with sour cream and spicy dips
Deep Fried Camembert – with Cumberland sauce
Garlic Mushrooms – mushrooms in a creamy garlic & parsley sauce
Melon Boat
Corn on the Cob
Roll Mop Herring

Something Fishy
8oz Scottish Salmon Steak – with lemon butter
Scampi ‘n’ Chips
Fish ‘n’ Chips – local haddock in a crispy beer batter
Prawn Salad – with prawns in Marie rose sauce
Salmon Salad

Steak Out
All our steaks are prime Highland Beef, matured for at least twenty one days and char grilled to your liking. Blue – flash grilled, sealed on outside. Rare – just sealed, brown on the outside. Medium Rare – cooked on the outside, red in the middle. Medium – cooked until just pink. Medium/Well Done – just done, cooked through (no pink). Well Done – thoroughly cooked inside and out. (approximately 20-30 minutes)

8oz Sirloin - £13.00 12oz Sirloin - £16.50 16oz Sirloin - £23.00
8oz Fillet - £15.00 12oz Fillet - £19.00 16oz Fillet - £27.00
8oz Homemade Beef Burger – 100% lean Scottish minced beef served with salad
Tartan Chicken – supreme of chicken filled with haggis, wrapped in bacon and
served with a whisky mushroom sauce (please allow 20 minutes)

Add one of the following sauces to enhance your meal:
Pepper, Whisky & Mushroom, Diane or Garlic Butter
Mushrooms, Onions & Tomato

Country Dinner Plates
Homemade Steak Pie
Aga Baked Ham – with gravy & pineapple
Roast Chicken Dinner – with skirlie, bacon & gravy
Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding – with skirlie tomato & gravy

For the Vegetarian
Vegetable Lasagne – served with salad
Vegetable Gratin – selection of vegetables with stilton sauce, topped with sauté potatoes
Cheese & Fruit Salad – a salad plate of brie & grated Scottish cheddar with a selection of fresh fruit
Chilli Vegetables – a selection of vegetables baked in a sweet chilli sauce with sesame rice & prawn crackers

All main courses served with a choice of potatoes or chips, salad or vegetables

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