Old Churches House lunch or afternoon tea
Cathedral Square, Dunblane, FK15 0AJ
- usually £24.00
- save 55%
- deals sold
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£12 instead of up to £24 for afternoon tea for two, £14 instead of up to £30 for a main course lunch or dinner or £18 instead of up to £40 to include a glass of wine each at Old Churches House, Dunblane – save up to 55%
- Afternoon tea for two
- Or a main course lunch or dinner for two
- Option to include a glass of wine each
- Cost country hotel in the heart of Dunblane
- Gorgeous views across the historic cathedral square
- Perfect base for exploring the Trossachs and central Scotland
With today’s deal you and a hungry buddy can head to Old Churches House for a scrummy meal. Today’s first option lets you dive into a delicious afternoon tea, enjoying a selection of finger sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and jam, and finishing things off with a selection of cakes and your choice of tea or coffee.
If you’re after a more substantial feast, then opt for a main course lunch or dinner each, with scrumptious dishes like seared sea bass with chive crushed potato, chorizo ratatouille, coriander purée, sweet pepper emulsion and lemongrass dress; potato gnocchi with a chunky tomato and roasted Mediterranean vegetable sauce; or a battered catch of the day with mushy peas, chunky chips and homemade tartar sauce. With the option to add a glass of wine each, you’ll both feel perfectly full!
Old Churches House
A quintessentially cosy country hotel in the heart of Dunblane, Old Churches House is the perfect base for exploring The Trossachs National Park, Central Scotland’s historic landmarks and the nearby cities of Stirling, Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Just a short stroll from the town’s historic centre and a multitude of quaint shops and cafés, Old Churches House is ideal for a meander around Dunblane, and with great transport links nearby, it’s super easy to get to!
Loved by itisoners
“Excellent afternoon tea, superb service in a delightful environment!”
“We very much enjoyed our visit. The food and wine were good, and as someone who knew the building from old times, I appreciated the willingness of the staff to let me nosey around and see what they have done to the place.”
“I have been to the Old Churches House before and I knew I would enjoy it. The food is freshly prepared and piping hot. The staff are very pleasant and overall it was as expected and would have no hesitation in returning.”