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Looking at the Craigie Inn

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Looking at the Craigie Inn

Their website is down so I can't peruse the menu or find out much about the place, though I recall hearing good things from peple who have been in the last few months.

Is it a pub with food or just a restaurant?

Is it informal or a bit smart?

thanks :-)

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1. Re: Looking at the Craigie Inn

Have a look here,

dailyrecord.co.uk/life/…

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2. Re: Looking at the Craigie Inn

Thanks for the timely heads-up bestabaz. I have to say I couldn't agree more with the old buffoon. Top notch food was had in cosy smart room, served by the nicest staff. Well worth the long drive.

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3. Re: Looking at the Craigie Inn

PS Would I be correct in saying that Craigie Village comes within the South Ayrshire boundary?

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4. Re: Looking at the Craigie Inn

I think it comes under South Ayrshire, not 100% though since I am only a few miles away in Kilmarnock and we are East Ayrshire.

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5. Re: Looking at the Craigie Inn

South Ayrshire Council website have it in South Ayrshire. I know Kilmarnock (east ayrshire) is included in their address so this probably adds to the confusion, though South Ayrshire uses Kilmarnock postcodes. Such is life.

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