Following the latest UK Government announcement, all Hotel restaurants in England in Tier 3 & 4 are now closed. All restaurant reservations booked at any of these properties have been cancelled.
In Scotland, all hotel restaurants will be closed from 26th December.
For any dining customers who are not staying at the hotel, food and drink restrictions vary depending on what local tier the hotel is in. To confirm please view here or contact your chosen hotel.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
One of the things that sets Macdonald Hotels and Resorts apart is our dedication to serving only the highest quality food, using the finest seasonal ingredients and sourcing the best produce available to us.
We place a great deal of importance on the provenance and traceability of our food, and on using the finest and freshest ingredients in our hotels. We would like to reassure our guests that we take our food safety obligations very seriously and expect from our suppliers the highest standards of diligence in product integrity and traceability. We source our meats from highly reputable suppliers, such as our 21-day aged cuts of beef directly from Scotbeef and we continue to work closely with our suppliers to ensure you may continue to enjoy peace of mind and a consistently excellent dining experience with us.
Dine with us and discover something special; a unique and specially crafted menu of seasonal dishes, prepared with the finest specially sourced ingredients. We're always on the hunt for the best produce available, striving to consistently deliver the best quality with our award-winning fare.
Like our hotels, each of our restaurants has its very own unique character. The secret to any great dining experience is the successful blend of fantastic food in beautiful surroundings with superb service. We truly value the chefs, kitchen, waiting and bar staff who have brought us AA Rosettes and awards for the impeccably high standard they achieve every day.
Enjoying Afternoon Tea with friends and family is a tea-related tradition, originally introduced in Britain in the early 19th century by Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford. She conceived the idea of having tea around 4 o'clock in the afternoon to ward off the hunger pangs between lunch and dinner, the custom caught on and Afternoon Tea was born.
Good honest, simple food from great ingredients. What better way to end the weekend than a delicious Sunday lunch surrounded by friends and family? Fluffy Yorkshire puddings, mouth-watering roasts and all the trimmings you can think of, or one of our Sunday lunchtime classics.