There’s always something on at The Guard House and you can keep up with all the comings and goings on our calendar right here.
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Book yourself a table for an amazing Sunday slap up Roast.
Our tasty dishes come with all the trimmings that make a Sunday roast so indulgent & undeniably delicious!
2 for 10 Cocktails
2 for £10 cocktails! Every Friday, All Day!!! Start your weekend right with our amazing hand crafted cocktails.
See in the New Year in style!
Join us for a sparkling evening of glitz, glamour and mystery at our masked midnight ball.
Enjoy a glass of Prosecco upon arrival whilst our string quartet serenades you as you make your way up the red carpet. Canapes will be served throughout the night and we'll make sure you have a glass of fizz for midnight! You'll be able to bust some moves on the dance floor, relax and enjoy a drink in our Mess bar, and dine in our Glass House.
An exclusive menu designed by our head chef will be available in the restaurant until 11pm and we'll have a range of tempting bar snacks on offer, so you won't be going hungry.
Dress Code: Dress to impress! Masks optional, but encouraged.
Ticket price includes: Entry, arrival glass of prosecco, canapes, glass of prosecco for midnight
HYGGE (PRONOUNCED HUE-GAH)
Being healthier isn't just about the calories you consume, it's about time away from the pressures of life, where you can relax and enjoy private time alone, or with friends and family.
Here at The Guard House we are celebrating the colder months with comfort food, friends and a warm fireplace. That's why we are offering 2 dishes for £20, to warm you up this winter. Look out for our special Hygge menu on your next visit.
(Offer not valid on weekends)
This event will be led by the brand ambassador for Glenfiddich, who will introduce malt whisky and then Glenfiddich - how they make it and what makes it so distinctive. Then you'll have a go at blending our own. Can you make it better than the masters themselves?