But, if ye wish her gratefu prayer, Gie her a Haggis
From 26th – 28th January join us for poems, pipers and puddings as we commemorate the life of Scotland’s most beloved bard, poet and lyricist, Robert Burns. Every year, Burns Night is celebrated in Scotland to mark his unique contribution to Scottish culture and history. There is no place more atmospheric than the Fife Arms to mark this uniquely Scottish event.
2 night stay
Breakfast in the Clunie dining room
Formal Burns Dinner on the 27th with an Address to the Haggis.
Evening entertainment; including traditional readings and musical performances followed by a ceilidh
Or join us on the 27th January for the Formal Burns Dinner, entertainment and a Ceilidh.
The evening will start at 7pm.
3 course meal
Glass of sparkling on arrival
Dram of whisky for the toast
Ceilidh band post dinner
To book call our reservations team on 01339 720215.