Review on Raemoir House Hotel
A sense of grand old-fashioned style pervades this romantic, early-Victorian mansion set in a vast 3,500-acre estate, with expanses of lawn used for open-air concerts and a restored sixteenth-century 'ha house' (hall house) converted into an annexe. The main restaurant now occupies what was the lounge – a majestic wood-panelled room at the end of the main corridor, with tapestry-lined walls, curved doors and a blazing fire.
Light meals are served at lunchtime, when you can get anything from bruschetta and smoked salmon to breast of guinea fowl with champ and tarragon jus. Dinner is a fixed-price affair and the kitchen is known for its rare-breed Tamworth pork (reared at Raemoir's sister hotel in Castleton). Typical dishes might include roast quail with crispy Parma ham, bubble 'n' squeak and mustard sauce, fillet of Aberdeen Angus beef with wild mushrooms, and lemon tart with raspberry sauce. The impressive and lengthy wine list benefits from particularly useful tasting notes.
Raemoir House Hotel is also featured in: Hardens, AA GuideRate this Restaurant
French / Scottish
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm
Dinner: 7.00 - 9.00pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express