Edzell is a village in Angus, Scotland. It is 5 miles north of Brechin, by the River North Esk. Edzell is a Georgian-era planned town, with a broad main street and a grid system of side streets.
Things to do in Edzell
4 based on 92 reviews
Last weekend, to celebrate a double birthday, we decided to visit this restaurant for a meal. Have not visited this hotel for many years, but the quality of the meals are still the same as I remembered. Ample Seating are in the bar, and also a restaurant are as well. Food was delicious and staff very friendly. Will definitely visit again in the future.
4.5 based on 206 reviews
The restaurant will be closed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for Winter Hours. This will last from the 1st of November until the 1st of April. It will also be closed from the 19th of December until the 6th of January for Christmas and New Year.
Our Visit to the Clatterin Brig Tapas Night last night was a very enjoyable experience. My husband assured me that the Sangria was excellent and our food was very tasty with, in my opinion, just the right amount of heat! We shared several different dishes and transported back to Spain with the added touch of Spanish music playing in the background. Pity the temperature outside wasn't similar to that of Spain( it was -3C) but it was nice and cosy inside the restaurant. Well done to all of the staff for a great evening.
4.5 based on 234 reviews
Situated in the heart of the beautiful village of Fettercairn, close to the stunning Glen Esk and Drumtochty glen, a friendly Scottish cafe / tea-room, serving home baked cakes, cooked breakfasts, homemade soups, sandwiches, paninis and hot fresh cooked meals. Tasty homemade desserts and award winning ice cream. Friday 4pm to 7pm we open as a pop up chippy (take away or sit in) Great tasting coffee (espresso, latte, cappuccino, Americana, flat white and mocha), luxury hot chocolate. We also serve alcohol and a good range of soft drinks including Fentimans. Ask us about our gluten free meals, crisps and cakes and we offer soya milk as an option for our hot drinks. We are on some of the main cycle and motorcycle routes over to Royal Deeside and welcome bikers and cyclists.
What a great little cafe. Great selection of very good food. Clean, great service, lovely quaint decor. Very surprised at finding this trendy cafe in such a small village.
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Enjoy the highest level of professional service with an addition of classical style within the dining room and its unadulterated opulence of décor, one of the very few restaurants of period features left in the locality, or unparalleled surrounding with a view rolling up the fairways of the Edzell Golf Course. Traditional Scottish Menu with all the ingredients delivered daily by local butchers, fishmongers and farmers, extensive wine list and 360 degree Bar with over 1000 malts, 200 gins, 80 rums, 70 vodkas and local ales, the Guinness World Record holder for The most varieties of whisky commercially available. Diners who wish to totally relax without the worries of driving are offered transfer service in support of Police Scotland zero-tolerance policy for safer roads. When terms & conditions are met this service is available free of charge. An Ideal setting for any experience, from everyday Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner to a Special Occasions, Private Dining or Tasting Sessions.
We stayed here for a family christening, we had a meal the night before which was beautiful sizes were big and lots to choose from. The rooms were stunning had everything in them, a sofa, chair, all the amenities you needed. The bed was a good size and very comfy. The next day we went to the christening then back for a lunch again which was lovely. The Gardens off one of the function suites was lovely and plenty of room for the children to run about. Would highly recommend and I would stay here again definitely.
4.5 based on 107 reviews
Can't review the takeaway food as cooked in beef dripping. A treat for some but a big disappointment if you are vegetarian or vegan. So terrible for those people.
4.5 based on 246 reviews
We welcome you to Balmakewan, a small family run Farm and Farm Shop in South Aberdeenshire. We aim to offer a consistently good breakfast and lunch. Come along to try our Tea Room delights, our home made breakfast and lunch menu, our well stocked farm shop and delicatessen, as well as enjoy our gentle farm walk.
Popped in with a friend for a coffee and a scone this morning and loved chatting at the large table listening to the beautiful large clock ticking away above us. Balmakewan have some lovely gifts so I started my Christmas shopping today too!! Lovely atmosphere (Not sure why we haven't sat the large table before as it's so homely) with excellent service and delicious cakes (I took a slice of raspberry Bakewell tart home too!!)
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Brechin's foremost real ale pub & restaurant. In CAMRA's Good Beer Guide since 2005. Great food freshly prepared by our chef Stephen Field served in the relaxing and welcoming environment of our large wood-and-stone open-plan bar/dining area. A great selection of quality drinks on offer including wines, Belgian beers, Scottish cask ales and malt whiskies ideal to accompany a meal or to enjoy on their own.
Decided to give this place a visit as we were nearby( and saw it was receiving good reviews on Trip Advisor) - and very glad we did too.
Very traditional Scottish interior - cosy with wooden furniture and interesting displays to look at.
Opted to go for the Early Bird Menu - an extremely reasonable £13 for 2 courses off a special menu, and I think it's a few pounds extra for the full oinky 3 courses.
I chose the haggis fritters for starters & partner had the battered mushrooms.Both were very tasty and we demolished them rapidly. However, I will say they were extremely filling because when the main course came ,which was Haddock Goujons with salad and chips, we really struggled to do it justice.Perhaps ordering two courses of deep fried food was a mistake, but we'll choose more wisely next time, and we certainly intend to go back.
The manager ,Manuel, was charming, attentive and solicitous - and we hope to attend to one of his upcoming Tapas evenings to sample Spanish delicacies.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Though not the most modern or stylish of surroundings the Tweedie always provides a welcoming atmosphere , good quality fare and pleasant staff. The shop has a great variety of gifts both Scottish and wearable items and the food section has good quality produce including excellent eggs and cheeses.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
Went for lunch with my husband. He had a lovely bacon and egg roll. I had a quiche with salad and potatoes which is one of my favourites. Unfortunately the quiche portion seems to have shrunk and the potatoes were black and I could not eat them. When the girl took our plates I did complain but nothing was said by the owner or done about it. Cake and coffee nice as usual. Hope this was just a hiccup as usually this is a nice place to eat.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
We are a small cosy family friendly pub and restaurant within the small village of Luthermuir just south of Laurencekirk. We use fresh locally sourced ingredients to provide the best meals we can in a friendly environment.
Very quaint family run pub. We stopped in for lunch and the kids were made more than welcome and allowed to use the pool table(with supervision). Meals were large and home cooked- lovely. We had a rNge of meals from soup to curries and all were extremely well presented and all the family thoroughly enjoyed the food. The sticke date pudding was particularly delicious.
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