First-class dining in a 5-star location
Here at The Lodge we constantly strive for improvement, and the restaurant with rooms is the next step in our evolution.
Utilising the finest of Scottish produce, our Head Chef Daniel Holleren creates dishes that will beguile and exhilarate even the most cultured of palates. Guests at the restaurant will be able to choose to dine in the Orangery, the Arts & Crafts dining room, or in the Treehouse. The kitchen will offer a seasonal choice menu and a perfectly matched wine list.
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We offer 3 sittings at our Restaurant with Rooms:
Afternoon Tea 1-4pm
Friday and Saturday
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
The restaurant is closed Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.
Booking is required for all sittings to avoid disappointment.
Fine Dining Dinner at The Lodge on Loch Goil is £55 per person.
Afternoon Teas and Sunday Lunch
We will be offering afternoon teas every Friday and Saturday in our Arts & Crafts Dining Room, from 1pm – 4pm, subject to availability.
We are also offering Sunday Lunches on the following dates:
Sunday June 24
Sunday July 22
Prices for Sunday Lunches are £29.95.
We will be hosting a Wine Dinner at The Lodge on Thursday 28th June. The dinner consists of a series of courses paired with outstanding wines, crafted to bring out the depth of flavour in both. Strictly limited to 14 guests, our Wine Dinner will be sure to sell out quickly so get in touch with us for more info.
What our guests say…
“Such a special evening. If you can go, GO!!”
“One of Scotland’s real gems…highly recommended!”
Derek McEwan, Facebook
“Service – incredible, location – stunning, food – phenomenal!”
“If you can get a reservation you won’t be disappointed.”
Iain Johnston, Facebook
“The Lodge on Loch Goil is absolutely incredible!”
The Private Dining Rooms
With a capacity of 6, The Treehouse is the most recognisable feature of The Lodge. Featuring French doors that open out onto the deck and a wood-lined interior, The Treehouse is a truly unique dining location.
The Arts & Crafts Dining Room
Decorated in the Arts & Crafts style of the early 20th Century, the Dining Room can seat up to 14. Features include fine examples of original stained-glass windows by Daniel Cottier, hand-painted wallpaper and parquet flooring.
Catering for up to 20 diners per sitting, The Orangery features a glass-fronted wall allowing for unbroken views of Loch Goil. Bringing the outside in makes for an immersive dining experience.