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On a friend's recommendation I booked a table for a Saturday evening. It was ceilidh night but I was there before it started and so couldn't comment on that, but I did find the Fintry Arms very good for a meal.
The staff were very...More
Three of us stopped off at this hostelry after a great walk amongst the Campsie hills.
We all decided on the Cullen Skink ( a fish soup) as part of the soup and sandwich deal. The soup was fabulous! .A limited selection of lunchtime choices,...More
Went in on Friday evening and had booked in advance and was the right decision as bar and restaurant were full. I had the smoked haddock scotch egg which was delicious to start.my wife had the fish and chips which normally comes with peas but...More
Stopped by for tea and a scone (whilst out on a drive) and ended up ordering sandwiches as well. Service could not have been more welcoming or friendly. And the food? I had the sliced steak and red onion chutney on homemade white bread and...More
4 of us went for a meal
I had ribeye steak with Diane sauce and hand cooked chips absolutely delicious !!!
My friend has ribeye with no sauce equally delicious.
The others had fish and chips lovely batter and hand cooked chips
The also do...More
Best idea would be to phone the Inn on 01360 860224. The staff are really very helpful and will be able to tell you about taxis, opening times and entertainment. We only stayed 1 night in our motorhome as a Britstop and were... More
Best idea would be to phone the Inn on 01360 860224. The staff are really very helpful and will be able to tell you about taxis, opening times and entertainment. We only stayed 1 night in our motorhome as a Britstop and were well impressed with the Inn. Enjoy
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