The Elphinstone Hotel and Restaurant
About The Elphinstone Hotel and Restaurant
Situated in the centre of Biggar, thirty miles outside of Edinburgh, The Elphinstone Hotel is a traditional and charming Coaching Inn, steeped in a 400-year-old history. Owners, Robert and Janette Allen, along with their son, Michael, have been at the heart of the business for over twenty five years and offer a warm and friendly welcome to visitors and locals alike.
In The Elphinstone Restaurant the menu is varied with the focus very much on sourcing and utilising the best fresh, local produce. Delicious Cullen Skink, Portobello Mushroom, topped with Black Pudding and Goats Cheese, Hot Smoked Salmon all make for appetite-whetting starters, while mains include Scottish classics like Chicken and Haggis with a wholegrain mustard sauce, as well as Fishermans Pie and Pork and Black Pudding Stack. A selection of fresh fish and traditional dishes are also on offer, while local butcher, Jimmy Bogle, supplies meat to ensure the hotel can cook you ‘the best steak you’ve had in years.’
Found just 40 minutes outside Edinburgh, the hotel’s comfortable rooms all have digital television, free WiFi and tea and coffee making facilities, as well as access to hairdryer and ironing facilities and can host families as well as couples and individuals, making this the perfect place to start your exploration of Scotland.
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