Dining at Culdearn House
Culdearn House is renowned for its excellent food and this is reflected in the numerous awards and accolades received over the years.
These include an AA Red Rosette for Food, Taste of Scotland (3 medallions), a RAC Fine Dining Award and recognition by Scottish food critic Wendy Barrie. The AA have also praised our extensive wine selection by awarding us with a ‘Notable Wine List’ designation.
Ingredients are carefully chosen and sourced from Scottish establishments including free range eggs, humanely reared beef, hill grazed lamb, game and poultry, locally grown vegetables and fish from the Moray coast. Quality and freshness is our priority and we are proud to be members of the Scotch Beef Club thus ensuring complete traceability from farm to plate.
The menu changes daily and can be adapted to suit all dietary requirements with prior notice. Guests are invited to select from the carefully chosen four course menu whilst enjoying a pre-dinner drink in the Drawing Room.
See below for a sample of our menu’s
Culdearn House has an excellent list of hand picked wines from around the world guaranteed to complement your meal. We have a wide range of delicious wines from medium bodied, sweet, ripe Burgundies to complex Clarets and gorgeously rich Rioja’s from Spain. We have wines for every occasion from our affordable and fabulous French house wine to the super La Croix de Beaucaillou. For those special occasions why not try our wonderful Palmer Premier Cru non-vintage champagne.
One of Culdearn’s special attractions is sampling from the extensive collection of over 60 specially selected malt whiskies, some of which are rare and many at cask strength, accompanied by interesting tasting notes. What could be better than a dram by the fire after dinner? For more details please visit our whisky page.