Meldrum House launches new casual dining concept

The secret is out. Meldrum House Country Hotel has launched a brand-new casual dining experience in their award-winning Cave Bar. 1236 is a new chapter in the history of Meldrum House. The Cave Bar is in the oldest part of their 800-year old building and they’ve called the new dining concept 1236 for a reason – the year Meldrum House was built.

Open morning, noon and night, 1236 brings a different kind of offering at Meldrum. Morning Bites, Brunch and Sandwiches for daytime turn in to mix and match plates of deliciousness into the evening.

The historic Cave Bar, with its cosy turrets and exclusive Whisky Club was named Scottish Hotel Bar of the Year by Whisky Magazine in December. With over 120 whiskies to choose from, it’s a laid-back spot to while away the hours lounging with a latte and the paper. It’s going to be the buzzy heart of the hotel and the perfect place for informal lunch or dinner for guests who want an alternative to their 2 Red Rosette Dining Room.

When the weather gets better, they will be flinging open the doors out to their Terrace, so you can sit with a cocktail or craft beer, a bite from their new menu and look out onto their 240-acre Estate.

Head to their website to see all the new menu:

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