From your first sight of Inglewood House, you know you have arrived somewhere truly special. Set in 25 acres, this stunning Jacobean mansion house has been sympathetically transformed into a luxurious boutique hotel and spa with new woodland lodges. It is now the perfect destination for weddings, relaxing spa breaks, romantic weekends, conferences and other events or celebrations.
The Mill Cafe, large and family friendly, is located next to their Homestore. Their aim is to provide fresh drinks, snacks and hot meals that, wherever possible, are prepared with local ingredients. Mill Cafe know that your time is precious and so your meals will be prepared as quickly as possible and brought to your table by one of their hospitality team. Their menu changes daily with exciting specials created depending on the seasonal ingredients available.
Situated opposite the main front entrance the fully licenced Butterfly Restaurant is the perfect place for a more leisurely sit-down meal or spot of afternoon tea. The traditional indoor setting is complimented by a large outdoor seating area that’s surrounded by a fresh herb garden.
The Tearoom at Cambus is conveniently located in the heart of the Cambus community. Their ultimate goal is to provide good quality food at reasonable prices, served by friendly staff who will look after your dining requirements. Whether you are stopping in for a coffee or a delicious three course dinner visitors are sure to receive a warm welcome at The Tearoom at Cambus.
Lying at the foot of the Ochil Hills in a peaceful country setting, visitors will find The Woodsman Restaurant. Since opening its doors in December 2012, the family run eatery has provided a great spot to enjoy traditional home cooking in a relaxed environment. Sitting at the entrance to the Woods Caravan Park, it has become a local food and watering hole, enjoyed by both holiday goers and the surrounding villages.
The Inn is owned and run by the Gibson family. The company brews its own beers – Devon Original, Devon Pride, Devon Thick Black and Chopper’s Choice and has won the Cask Marque Award Certificate of Excellence for Real Ale.
Possibly the most interesting feature of The Inn at Muckhart is the fact that the doorstep stands at the same height above sea level as the Wallace Monument.
The Inn offers freshly prepared meals in front of two open fires, and has proved so popular that clients travel from Perth, Dunfermline and even Livingston to take in an evening at The Inn.
The pub prides itself on its ambiance and is extremely popular with hill walkers, fishermen, tourists, and the likes!
The Bobbing John, Wetherspoon is based in Alloa, Clackmannnanshire has Wi-Fi & TV Screens, go and enjoy one of their great meals at great prices.