Social afternoon to meet each other and make new friends
£17.00 per person
We are known for our versatility here at Coul House, often saying that our meal times are guide lines not deadlines. Chef Garry offers a range of dining options which includes both contemporary Scottish Cuisine and some more traditional favourites. I am sure you will agree there’s something for everyone to relish whether it’s for Lunch, Afternoon Tea, or Dinner.
The house as it currently stands was built in 1821 for Sir George Steuart (unusual spelling of Stuart) Mackenzie, 7th Baronet (1780–1848). It was designed by Edinburgh brothers Richard and Robert Dickson (usually simply referred to as R & R Dickson), acting as architects in Scotland in the early and mid-19th century. Whilst most of their work is typified by remote country houses they are best known for their magnificent spire on the Tron Kirk in the heart of Edinburgh on the Royal Mile.
Meet at 2.30pm to have a lovely afternoon tea which will consist of;
Tea & coffee with shortbread and a selection of dainty tea sandwiches on brown and white bread, Brie and Apple Jelly, Cheese and Pickle, Treacle Cured Smoked Salmon, Tuna Salad, Baked Ham and Tomato, Coronation Chicken
Warm Scone with Clotted Cream, and Jam, Mini Meringues with Whipped Cream and Berries, Chocolate Tiffin, Bakewell Tart Tray Bake, Gluten Free Vegan Lemon Cake
4.30pm Once we finish our amazing food we can then head out to the gardens of the hotel which also includes a fairy trail before departing.