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Sunday Lunch - a great British tradition!

Cringletie House launched a new Sunday lunch menu earlier this year and it’s been receiving rave reviews! The menu, devised by head chef, Iain Gourlay, features a wonderful array of locally-sourced produce, including carved roast beef from the Tweed Valley.

The new three-course Sunday lunch menu offers a delightful choice of starters, a choice of perfectly-roasted meats, all carved at the table by the Chef, served with honey roasted root vegetables, crispy goose fat potatoes and summer greens. Plus, there are plenty of vegetarian and vegan options available.

You can choose from a trio of indulgent desserts, or a selection of Scottish and international cheese is also available at an additional charge, and is served with homemade chutney, honey, grapes and artisan crackers.

Priced at £35 per person, with a £7.50 supplement for cheese.

To book a table for Sunday lunch in Cringletie House’s restaurant, please contact the hotel direct on 01721 725750 or by email at or book a gift voucher below.;

Buy gift voucher for Sunday lunch for two for £70.00


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The Cringletie dining room has beautiful views and offers quality, unpretentious food. Expect a relaxed and enjoyable experience with a fine dining feel, good size portions and beautifully presented dishes.

On Sundays you can indulge in a seven-course tasting menu with matching wines and drinks. This starts at around 7.30pm each Sunday. The restaurant manager presents each course in turn highlighting the ingredients used in creating the dish.  The matched drinks are also explained and why they have been paired with each particular dish.  The tasting menu provides great value for money and is £111 per person including complimentary accommodation in a classic room.

Children are more than welcome to eat in the restaurant; high chairs are available and we offer a children’s menu called Huggie’s Friends. Of course they are also welcome to make their choices from the dinner menu.

In November 2019 the hotel awarded 2 AA Rosettes and is one of only two restaurants in the Scottish Borders with this accolade.

Our kitchen is in the skilful hands of Head Chef Iain Gourlay and his team and Restaurant Manager Victoria Palmer.

The Scottish Borders have a wide and fantastic range of food which we have tried to incorporate throughout this menu. Where possible we utilise items from our own 400-year-old walled garden and from across our 28-acre estate. We believe the combination of local and international ingredients creates dishes that not only look good and taste delicious but will also satisfy the most discerning palate.

Dinner is served daily from 6.00pm to 9.00pm and we would recommend booking ahead to avoid disappointment.

Three courses, including dessert and tea/coffee with petit fours is £55 per person.

Buy gift voucher for a four-course dinner for two £110.00


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Afternoon Tea

“There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea” Henry James

Delicately created sandwiches, deliciously warmed scones with jam and clotted cream, and an array of cakes and biscuits with a choice of loose leaf teas, speciality teas and a selection of coffees.

Traditional afternoon tea is £22.50 per person.

If you have something to celebrate such as a birthday, anniversary why not add a glass of Champagne. Price per person is £35.50.

Our afternoon teas are served from 2.30pm to 5.00pm.

Buy a gift voucher for an Afternoon tea for two

Afternoon tea for two



Savoury afternoon tea for two



Champagne afternoon tea for two


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Our bar is the place for an informal get-together of friends, families and is just as welcoming if you're travelling solo.  There are delicious house wines, but the strength of the bar is our local Broughton beer and lager. 

You are welcome to enjoy a drink by the fire in the lounge and curl up with a good book. Cringletie offers you a warm welcome whatever the weather.

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