Exceptional cuisine served in the elegant surroundings of Glenapp castle with wonderful gardens and sea views.
To make a room reservation or to book for lunch, afternoon tea or dinner please call us on 01465831212.
The castle is set amid 36 acres of magnificent gardens and woodland on the beautiful Ayrshire coast, just 90 minutes south of Glasgow. Guests will enjoy strolling through the gardens or perhaps playing croquet or tennis. The surrounding Ayrshire and Galloway countryside is ruggedly beautiful with many places of interest for guests to visit, such as the vast Galloway Forest Park with Dark Sky status, the Mull of Galloway, the many gardens of the south west and historic houses such as Culzean Castle, Dumfries House and Drumlanrig Castle.
Glenapp Castle is open to individual guests from the end of March until mid-December and at New Year. Glenapp is also available for exclusive use reservation and in this guise becomes the ultimate romantic setting for weddings and a relaxing retreat for sporting breaks and corporate entertaining for a maximum of 40 guests.
Glenapp Castle was awarded a Michelin Star and four AA Rosettes in 2011.
The restaurant is also open to non resident guests however it is necessary to make a prior reservation. Three Course Gourmet Lunch at £39.50 per person Full Afternoon Tea at £19.50 per person
Six Course Gourmet Dinner at £65.00 per person including canapes as well as coffee and petit fours and VAT.
The Scottish Baronial splendour of Glenapp Castle, with its commanding views of Arran and Ailsa Craig, is the perfect setting to enjoy a mouth-watering taste of the finest Scottish produce presented in a beautifully constructedmenu of exquisitely presented courses. What does not come from the Castle's own gardens and estate is sourced from the local area and Scottish waters.
Ballantrae Lobster with Olive Oil, Lemon, Spring Roll and a Roasted Lobster Mayonnaise: "Perfectly, just cooked lobster, cut into bite sized mouthfuls." "Nothing overpowered the quality and the freshness of the lobster. The crispness of the spring roll wrap which was served warm offered a completely contrasting flavour and colour to the dish. The flavours and colours from the samphire and the fennel offered another delicate contrast that also did not detract from the lobster."