Strathmore Arms is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Glamis, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Eassie Sculptured Stone (2.1 mi), located nearby, makes Strathmore Arms a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Glamis landmark.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with internet access available.
Guests have access to room service while staying at Strathmore Arms. In addition, Strathmore Arms offers a lounge, which will help make your Glamis trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Glamis be sure to experience local fish and chips favourites at Armstrong's Bar & Restaurant.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Glamis Castle (0.8 mi), Angus Folk Museum (0.0 mi), and St Fergus's Well (0.1 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Glamis!
Booked for our first lunch out after lockdown. Food was excellent, as was the service, really couldn’t fault anything at all. To top it off we had a lovely wander around the village. Will definitely be back very soon.
Excellent food, freshly cooked and served with care. Three of us repaired to the Arms for Sunday lunch and a very pleasurable experience it was too. Lovely food, generous portions and friendly staff. I would recommend. Warm, traditional surroundings.
Popped in without a reservation just as the kitchen was closing. But that didn’t deter the owner. She was incredibly obliging and spoke to the chef who was happy to cook for us. Twenty minutes later we were served two of the best fillet steak dinners we have had in a long time. Served on sizzling cast iron platters. Piping hot. Superbly fresh and accompanied by lashings of peppercorn sauce, crispy battered onion rings, mushrooms, tomatoes and chips. Absolutely superb. To add to the experience, we sat beside the roaring open fire. We did not want to move. It is the perfect place to sit and chat or daydream. Very authentic interior. We just loved it and will definitely be back. We can not recommend it highly enough. Thank you so much.
Lunch for three at the Strathmore Arms. Cosy dining room, welcoming staff, and a menu that has something for everyone. Staff were helpful and friendly, food was good and plentiful. I had the chicken salad; lots of chicken, salad, coleslaw, and served with good portion of tasty chips. The fish and chips was also very good. Excellent lunch, excellent restaurant.
First of all the starters. Soup and butterfly prawns prounced delicious, My pheasant filo parcel was sensational, lovely flaky pastry, great combination of flavours, the sauce was exceptional. Mains: steak pie were very much appreciated, chips also attracting favourable comment. Chicken fajitas were a lovely variation on a classic dish, slow cooked lamb was melt in the mouth with lashings of red cabbage and red currant sauce. Not much room for sweets so we shared the raspberry cheesecake which was delicate and more is how. My wife opted for a liqueur coffee and that also attracted favourable comment. Nice range of draft beers and reasonably priced house wines as well. Faultless with efficient and friendly and welcoming staff. I believe the business is changing hands in March after many years of same licensees. Some renovations are expected. I just hope there is little change to this cosy, characterful restaurant with its crackling log fire and traditional appearance in keeping the history of the area and nearby castle.…