A place to relax and recharge the spirit and enjoy some of the freshest and finest award winning Highland cuisine. A former tweedmill set alongside the Gynack Burn in over 4 acres of woodland. AA Inspectors'Choice Restaurant with Rooms 2016.
A former tweedmill sensitively restored and converted to an hotel some twenty years ago with some exposed stone walls and heavy beams but with a light and contemporary feel. Situated alongside the Gynack Burn in over 4 acres of woodland - red squirrels and roe deer are frequent visitors. A peaceful and relaxed atmosphere complemented by friendly and attentive service from the owners and staff. Our highly acclaimed restaurant provides the finest food using best quality ingredients, local sourced wherever possible. Comfortable well equipped bedrooms and a choice of lounges with a good supply of books and magazines. Enjoy a quiet drink on the delightful garden terrace.
Our restaurant is open for dinner every evening from 7 until around 8.30 p.m. We offer a 3 course menu with choices at £55 or a 6 course tasting menu -£60 with optional wine matching at £25. Also open for lunches and afternoon teas to enjoy in the restaurant or on the terrace - weather permitting !! Booking required.
Our Restaurant has been awarded 2016 AA Three Red Rosettes, AA Notable Wine List and appears in The Good Food Guide for 2016 and Michelin Guide for 2016. Also awarded AA 4 Star Gold Award Restaurant with Rooms 2016, AA Inspectors' Choice Restaurant with Rooms 2016 and AA Breakfast Award 2016.
8th May 2016 reviewed by Scotland on Sunday - " a striking menu ", " superlative dining". Score 90%
30th April 2016 reviewed by The Courier - " fabulous food", "wine lovers can lose themselves in the award winning wine list of more than 150 wines from around the world.
The Scotsman Lunch Review July 2013 - 'my intense strawberry souffle was a creation of Godlike genius', 'what a place this is - a little sliver of Heaven'.
The Times Saturday November 22nd 2014 Travel - The Cross is included as one of '30 great British winter weekend destinations'.
Badenoch & Strathspey Herald February 2015 Lunch Review scored 46/50
Five Star Magazine April 2015 " Relaxed, informal, delightful "
Press & Journal June 2015 " a delightful hidden Highland gem", "flavours so intense and rich "
A.A. Notable Wine List 2016, A.A. Inspector's Choice Restaurant with Rooms 2016, A.A. Breakfast Award 2016.
|Riverside King Double (bed & breakfast)||£70 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Riverside King Double (dinner, bed & breakfast)||£120 Per person per night (dinner, bed & breakfast inc)|
|Riverside Twin (bed & breakfast)||£70 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Riverside Twin (dinner, bed & breakfast)||£120 Per person per night (dinner, bed & breakfast inc)|
|Standard Twin (bed & breakfast)||£60 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Standard Twin (dinner, bed & breakfast)||£110 Per person per night (dinner, bed & breakfast inc)|
|Woodland Standard Double (bed & breakfast)||£60 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Woodland Standard Double (dinner, bed & breakfast)||£110 Per person per night (dinner, bed & breakfast inc)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.