Tuesday, 29 November 2011

CONTINUED FOR WEDNESDAY: Enjoy a 2-Course Lunch for 2 people at the Beautiful Strathblane Country House Hotel for only £14

Sunday Lunch for Two people. Enjoy a 2-Course Lunch at the Beautiful Strathblane Country House Hotel. Set On the Magical and Breathtaking backdrop of the Campsie Fells, Dumgoyne and Ben Lomond. Only an hour from the City. Normally £31.00, yours for only £14.00

What could be more perfect for a Sunday? A beautiful hour’s drive in the country, a warm welcome awaits at the enchanting Strathblane Country House Hotel, where award-winning Chef Allan Duncan has sourced the best local produce and creatively prepared it awaiting your arrival. A Perfect and satisfying quality Family Day Out.



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  • This deal is for a 2-Course Sunday Lunch for TWO at the enchanting Strathblane Country House Hotel.
  • All produce is locally sourced.
  • Allan Duncan the Award-Winning Chef will be preparing your Lunch.
  • Children can be added for only £3 per Child. Payable directly to Strathblane Country House Hotel.
  • Valid until March 2012, an Ideal Birthday, Seasonal Gift or Family Get-Together.
  • You have an extensive menu to choose from including some of the following: Chicken, Bacon, Black Pudding & Crisp Apple Salad with a Balsamic Dressing; Shetland Mussels cooked in White Wine Parsley Sauce; Seared Sea Bream with Fennel, Mushroom, Corgette & Tarragon Risotto; and Roast Sirloin of Beef with Yorkshire Pudding. Please see link below for the Sample Menu. (Menu is subject to change).
      Today's Great Deal is at:

      Strathblane Country House
      Milngavie Road
      G63 9EH 


      01360 770491

      Midnight, Wednesday 30th November

      Your Great Deal voucher will be valid from the 29th November 2011 till the 25th March 2012.
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