Cringletie House may once have been a baronial castle, but today its grandeur is complimented by being comfortable, elegant and above all friendly. Whether you are staying for the night or calling in for lunch, you’ll find stylish, homely luxury with meticulous service.
The moment you arrive Cringletie’s seclusion envelopes you and it’s easy to forget you are only 30 minutes from Edinburgh. Log fires burn and local modern art makes you smile, as you shake off your journey and relax.
Menus combine great Scottish produce with international flair. The chef is innovative,
however not at the expense of customer satisfaction, so portion sizes are good and flavours
are intense, presentation pleasing, but not pretentious. At dinner, an amuse bouche might be
a tiny Yorkshire pudding filled with lamb tagine, while mains include slow cooked short rib beef with haggis steamed suet pudding. For daytime visitors there’s a choice of
simple bar meals or the more elegant dishes that feature at night – plus you can eat in the
informal lounge or choose the grand restaurant which both overlook the exquisite grounds.