Drink & Dine

Bar – Restaurant

The Bar

The “Gun Room” bar has an open fire and is a great place to mull over the day with a reviving drink. The main sitting room and hall also have open fires and comfortable chairs in which to relax.

Non-residents are very welcome to drink & dine.




The extensive and carefully constructed wine menu is sure to excite any sommelier. Whiskey’s from all over Scotland sit proudly on our shelves but pride of place has to go to Glen Ord, who even use some of our spring water to create their finest blends of malt and barley. The most local ale we serve is from Black Isle Brewery, who have fantastic green ethics, great events and have been doing very well recently and even turned national, of course, with them just up the road, we still have a reliable supply for our guests.
We have also popped a few other specialities on our shelves for 2014, including a selection of well established real ales from the Cairngorm Brewery. Various flavours of the award-winning Scottish farmhouse cider, Thistly Cross.


Glen Ord is a whisky distillery in the Scottish Highlands and is the only remaining single malt scotch whisky distillery on the Black Isle.

The distillery is based at the end of our drive and you can go for a tour of the distillery and watch the distillers at work creating a magical malt whisky.

Glen Ord Distillery, Scottish Whisky

Born out of a passion for making cider in the best possible way, combined with belief in the quality of Scottish produce, and asking ‘why not?’, came Thistly Cross Cider; Scotland’s award-winning farmhouse ciders.

They are going down very well... Hic!

Thistly Cross Cider, Scottish Cider

The UK's premier organic brewery making world-class beers from the finest organic malt and hops grown on farms without chemicals, as nature intended.

We are looking forward to when they are playing host to Jocktoberfest, The Greatest Scottish Beer Festival in the World on the 2nd & 3rd September 2016

Black Isle Brewery, Scottish Real Ale

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The Dining Room

Is a functional room ready to be filled with the sound of knives and forks dancing on the plates. The room overlooks the front of the house and is on the first floor, unfortunately, because the House is listed we cannot provide disabled access to this room but we can arrange for you to eat your meals in the bar if preferred.




We have been serving high-quality meals for our customers for years, we have maintained an AA Rosette for Culinary Excellence for over 10 years now. Recently passing with high compliments from the inspector this June 2017. Keeping this award for so long is a testament the care and love we put into our food.

Here’s how Chef Eliza does it…

Where possible our food is locally sourced from quality suppliers. We won’t quibble about price when it comes to the care that has gone into making the food products we use to create our dishes. Our onsite vegetable garden provides as much seasonal produce as they allow, other greenery is sourced from local or British farmers. All herbs used are fresh from our herb garden which is raised to protect it from slugs and bunnies!
The eggs we use for the restaurant are from reputable local free-range farmers, to ensure you are getting the best quality and go through the proper standards testing. Ord House Hotel’s own free-range chickens contribute towards our own stockpile of eggs, for the family.

Most of the lamb served on our menu is from the sheep grazed on our land, you can see them on the south field. Aberdeen Angus is served on the menu and of course is of highest Scottish quality and cooked on the real char-grill. Only the best Scottish smoked salmon, haggis and other Scottish delights grace our menu.

Our sausages are specially selected and tested for optimum taste. Our favourite at the moment is venison!



For Hotel Guests we serve breakfast;

Monday – Friday
7:00 am – 9:15 am

Saturday and Sunday
7:30 am – 9:30 am

We have a variety of hot options as well as a buffet of yoghurts, stewed fruit, fruit compote, fresh fruit salad and cereals and toast.


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