The Robertson Arms Hotel
The Robertson Arms Hotel, an old black-and-white coaching inn on Carnwath's Main Street, began life as three cottages in 1823, but these were later sandwiched into a hostelry in 1848. Inside was recently renovated by its current owners, Jan, Ray and head chef Ryan Henderson, and diners can choose to eat outdoors in their 'nook' or indoors in their 'cranny', both of which serve classic pub food as well as a sophisticated, traditional cream tea for two.
Family run hotel and restaurant in the conservation village of Carnwath, South Lanarkshire.Our en-suite bedrooms are of an extremely high standard with all the facilities you would expect for a very comfortable stay with free Wi-Fi in all our rooms. We have been awarded a Visit Scotland 3 star accreditation of which we are at the top end. The Bistro serves food from mid-day, every day. Our New for 2014 Nook & Cranny restaurant and lounge with open fire makes an excellent addition to the facilities we have to offer. The Bistro bar has a wood burning stove lit on chilly days and during the summer months the beer garden or our sheltered sun drenched decked area are very pleasant for al fresco dining. Lovely rooms, friendly service and superb food make this the perfect base to explore this wonderful part of Scotland.Whether your stay be business or pleasure a warm welcome awaits you.
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- No. overnight rooms: 9
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
- Live entertainment: Christmas party night