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“A gem of a place”

The Prince's House Restaurant
Ranked #3 of 3 Restaurants in Glenfinnan
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Scottish
Dining options: Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed 8 May 2013

Stayed here after spending 3 days canoeing the length of Loch Shiel and out to sea. First impressions were very good and the staff were very helpful when booking in.

The room was spotless and the big deep bath a welcome site....the water was piping hot too :-)

Food and beer that night was brilliant and there wasn't a problem seating 7 of us.....staff were happy to move tables around for us. Try the confit rabbit and shoulder of lamb.....and those cheese boards are also very good indeed with all local cheeses.

Breakfast again was very good quality with lashings of toast and coffee Satt in the conservatory looking over the mountains....thoroughly enjoyed my stay and will return without a doubt !!!

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Thank Peaceypro
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Reviewed 21 December 2012

one of my Favorited places to dine relax ambient and brilliant food! good prices and friendly staff!!

Thank Armando R
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Reviewed 12 September 2012

Having driven over to Glenfinnan from St Andrews earlier and making a table reservation ahead, this was a welcome evening refuge. Although other customers were eating in the bar (and some had returned for the second consecutive night), my wife and I preferred the more formal restaurant but evidently the quality of food is the same ie. very good indeed. Service at table, provided by the proprietor's son home from university, was efficient and friendly. Perhaps the restaurant is a little lacking in ambience but the food is the thing!

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Thank suffolkbarn2016
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Reviewed 17 August 2012

Very welcoming familyrun restaurant. The homemade bread looks, smells and tastes fantastic.
We had some starters and a desert, game terrine and a selection of local smoked meats, the including duck was the most beautiful, full of flavour and nearly melting on your tongue. The eton mess was just like a perfect summer day.

Thank seeblick_12
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Reviewed 23 June 2012

We ate here the day after our Wedding and we're very glad we did. What amazing food! The staff were very friendly and welcoming.
We chose to eat in the Restaurant instead of the bar and sat in the conservatory which was very relaxing.
The food was first class and we'll definately be returning soon.

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Thank Mark M
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