The Fife Arms will showcase the finest seasonal produce for which Scotland is world-famous. From fresh seafood and game to local whiskies and spirits, many of the ingredients used in the kitchens and bars will be sourced from local suppliers, gamekeepers and farmers.
Eat & Drink
Traditionally the heart of the village, The Flying Stag is a place where residents and visitors will rub shoulders. Characters of Braemar, a specially commissioned series of portraits by Gideon Summerfield of some of Braemar’s residents will hang on the walls. Offering honest fayre, real ales, a selection of over 120 whiskies and live entertainment, The Flying Stag gives a new life to the hotel’s public bar.
The Clunie Dining Room
Taking its name from the River Clunie, which runs past the hotel, The Clunie Dining Room is overseen by Executive Chef, Robert Cameron. The restaurant offers the finest Scottish cooking in a striking room painted by artist, Guillermo Kuitca.
Where tradition meets contemporary, The Drawing Room is one of the hotel’s most picturesque rooms. With walls covered in The Fife Arms tartan and the ceiling featuring a work by leading Chinese artist, Zhang Enli, this is a place to enjoy morning coffee, afternoon tea and the room itself.