Imagine a cosy, friendly Highland pub with open fire, inglenooks, Scottish real ales and warming mature malt whiskies. Imagine a sumptuous meal of fresh Scottish fare, wild venison, Highland beef, spring lamb, pheasant, grouse, duck, West Coast salmon, trout, mussels and even the rare white coated winter haggis. Imagine sitting by the fire afterwards listening to live ceilidh music and perhaps joining in with the singing.
It's real and it's The Lade Inn. This beautiful old pub with its friendly atmosphere and ceilidhs on Saturday evenings is definitely the place to drop in!!!
You will enjoy the welcoming, genial hospitality of Paul and Angela Roebuck who will help you select from the hearty dishes on the Wayside Feast bar menu. This renowned traditional pub is part of Leny Estate and has been recommended by numerous guides including Egon Ronay, "The Good Beer Guide", CAMRA guide to real ales, AA-"Britain's Best Pubs", "Good Pub Food Guide", "Wayside Inn" guide book, "Which? Guide to Country Pubs", Frommers Travel Guide. For some photographs and a sample menu click here.
Every Saturday there is a ceilidh when local farmers, stalkers and gamekeepers entertain with accordion, fiddle, bagpipes and any other instruments that may be brought along when they drop in for an evening's singing. Guests often join in with the favourites and who knows, after a few drams you may be entertaining us with your party piece.
The Lade Inn, a traditional Scottish pub as it should be; good beer, good food, good music, good company.