The Fairburn Hotel dining & wine - valid 7 days
12-14 Loudoun Street, Mauchline, KA5 5BU
- usually £41.00
- save 54%
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2 courses for two with a glass of wine each at The Fairburn Hotel, Ayrshire – save up to 54%
- Two courses for two with a glass of wine each
- Gorgeous recent-refurbishment in the bar
- Set in the pretty rural village of Mauchline, just 45 minutes’ drive from Glasgow
- Loved by itisoners
- Valid 7 days
The Fairburn Hotel
A family-run hotel for the past 12 years, The Fairburn Hotel is nestled in the pretty rural village of Mauchline, just a short 45 minute drive from Glasgow. Famed for its connections to Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns, Mauchline boasts the house the bard once lived in which still stands in the area, along with a Burns Monument close by.
Make a day of it with today’s deal by visiting these lovely historic sites and wandering in the countryside before re-fuelling with two delicious courses and a glass of wine each.
- Tattie scone nachos with parmesan, salsa and sour cream
- Chefs Chicken Liver pate with melba toast & red onion chutney
- Chefs Soup of the Day with warm bread & butter
- Hand battered fish with tartar sauce, salad, lemon & chips
- 8oz beef burger served in a brioche bun with lettuce, sliced tomato, onion ring and chips
- Chef’s pie of the day with seasonal vegetables and potatoes
- Sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice cream
- Warm Nutella crêpe with vanilla ice cream
- Chef’s cheesecake with cream or ice cream
Loved by itison members
"Excellent food, lovely dining room and superb service. Gorgeous homemade desserts, especially the cheesecake and sticky toffee pudding and no problems substituting ice cream for whipped or pouring cream. Definitely going back."
"I bought two of these vouchers and both times the meal was delicious. It’s a great deal and very good value for money. The Fairburn is a lovely hotel with friendly staff who always go out of their way. Highly recommended."
"Very friendly staff and the presentation and quality of food was first class."