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Creagan House Restaurant with Accommodation

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Creagan House is a perfect little gem of comfort surrounded by beautiful Highland scenery. Dating from the 17th century, the original farmhouse has been sympathetically restored and upgraded to provide a Baronial Dining Hall and five charming bedrooms. The house is eclectically furnished with all sorts of interesting pieces and antiques, one of the bedrooms has a unique four-poster bed. Gordon's innovative variations on classical French cooking using meat from Perthshire, vegetables and soft fruit from our polytunnel and with herbs from the garden. Gordon has been accepted in to The Master Chefs of Great Britain The menus are complemented by an extensive wine list. The ideal retreat.

Only open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, close for the winter on Monday 23rd October 2017


Ratings/Awards: AA 5 star Gold Award Restaurant with Rooms
AA Inspectors Choice
AA Breakfast Award
VisitScotland 5 star Gold Award Restaurant with Rooms
VisitScotland Taste our Best Award
Good Food Guide
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Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast/Dinner
Double: From £135 - £155
Twin: From £135 - £155
Single: £90 - £100 (single occupancy of double)
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Name: Creagan House
Cuisine: Classical French with a strong Scottish influence
Chef: Gordon Gunn
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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Open All Year
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Sample Menu:


Chef’s Favourites

Seared hand dived Isle of Mull scallops, ham hock and pineapple bonbon, pineapple sauce

Smokie in a Pokie

Breast of pigeon, foie gras au torchon, purée of red cabbage, soy sauce meringue

Home made soup of the day.

Pan-fried halibut, leek and local venison chorizo turnover, chive velouté

Breast of Barbary duck, Moroccan duck pastille, orange and passion fruit sauce

Fillet of pork, belly of pork, sage and onion purée, Marsala cream sauce

Gaelic fillet steak of local aged Scotch Aberdeen Angus beef, or served in your favourite way

Selection of seasonal vegetables

For After
Home-made desserts or a selection of fine Scottish cheeses and biscuits

Selection of coffees and tea

£39.50p per person
£43.50p with fillet steak as a main course
£3.25p per person for coffee or tea

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