A NORTH-EAST family-run restaurant has recently refurbished one of its dining areas to offer customers the chance to host their own private dining experience.
The Lairhillock Inn, based at Netherley, near Stonehaven, has converted its Crynoch Restaurant into a function space, with the capacity for entertaining up to 60 people suitable for all types of occasions.
The Law family, which took ownership of the restaurant in 2007, has remained true to the former 200 year-old Coaching House’s history, only making small changes to the venue to ensure it did not lose it’s traditional Scottish style and character.
Manager of The Lairhillock Inn, Donald Law, said: “After several requests from customers to hire the Crynoch Restaurant out for private parties we realised that there was demand for a function room with some character.
“The Crynoch offers a truly unique dining experience for all types of events from family celebrations, corporate dinners and intimate weddings.
“Guests can personalise their event with bespoke menus cooked by our experienced chefs and decorate the room to suit.”
The Crynoch function room, which is separate from the main Lairhillock Inn, provides guests with a private space that can be customised to suit any occasion.
The room includes private access and toilet facilities, an upstairs mezzanine for pre or post dinner drinks, as well as free parking and space for dancing depending on the occasion.
To find out more about the Crynoch function room or to book your next event, please call The Lairhillock Inn on 01569 730001.
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