Dining options

Latest update: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the Scottish Government has extended restrictions across the country. Following this guidance, all Hilton Grand Vacations managed properties in Scotland have temporarily suspended operations. The restrictions are expected to be in place until mid-February 2021, and are contingent upon further reviews by the Scottish Government. The next review is expected on 2 February, 2021Full details

The Keiller Lounge is open daily from 12 noon – 8 pm.
Soup, sandwiches, scones and cakes: 12 pm – 5pm.
Hot food: 12 pm – 2.30 pm and 5pm – 8pm.
Sunday roast: 12 pm- 2.30 pm.
Steak night: Tuesday, 5pm – 8 pm.
Due to Scottish Government restrictions for Level 3 areas: No alcohol can be served.

View the Keiller Lounge menu.

Keiller Lounge Takeaway:
Thursday – Sunday 5pm – 8pm. Enjoy a delicious pizza, fish & chips, lasagne or the famous “Darroch Burger” and a selection of wine, beer, cider or soft drinks from the comfort of your lodge. Collection from the Keiller Lounge.

View the takeaway menu and order from 4pm @ www.keillerlounge.com.

Keiller Lounge

The perfect place to unwind with your family away from your lodge. The Keiller Lounge has floor to ceiling windows and plenty of space to sit, relax and enjoy the great outdoors from within.

Social distancing practices are implemented throughout the Keiller Lounge, with contact-free online ordering from your table.

Keiller Lounge

The Keiller Brasserie is temporarily closed.

Scottish Government Hospitality Meeting Rules – Level 3

  • Guests may meet people socially from one other household indoors in a public place, such as a bar, cafe or restaurant. During the gathering, people should stay at least two metres apart from individuals from other households, unless otherwise noted by the venue.
  • No more than six people (from a maximum of two households) may meet at any time in such settings, except as explained below:
    • Children under 12 from the 2 households do not count toward the total number of people at the gathering.
    • Where an individual household includes more than 6 people, they may continue to meet as a household even if the total number of people exceeds 6.
  • The government recommends minimising the number of meetings with people from other households each day.

Christmas and the Festive Period

During the period from 23 December to 27 December inclusive, there will be a limited relaxation of the COVID-19 rules to allow people to travel within the UK during that period of time to spend Christmas and the festive period together. During this time period, you can form a “Christmas bubble” comprised of up to three households, one of which can be an extended household. It is recommended that you keep your group to a maximum of eight people.

  • A maximum of eight people from up to three households which have formed a bubble can stay in self-catering accommodation over the period 23 – 27 December. Children under the age of 12 from these households do not count towards the total number of people in the bubble. If you are staying with another household, you should not have more than one household (or extended household) staying in each bedroom.
  • Households who have formed a Christmas bubble must not be in more than one bubble or change the members of the bubble once formed.
  • If you travel to form a bubble, once you arrive you must follow the rules about travel that apply in that local authority area.
  • Note that those living in Level 3 and Level 4 areas are advised not to travel to form Christmas bubbles.
  • In a Level 3 or 4 area in Scotland, for example, once you have arrived and formed your bubble you must avoid non-essential travel outside the local authority area in which you are staying. In a Level 0, 1 or 2 area in Scotland you must avoid unnecessary travel into any Level 3 or 4 area.
  • You should minimise time spent indoors with your bubble and you should not go to a pub, restaurant or other entertainment venue with your bubble.

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