Bridge House

Bridge House Bed and Breakfast

In and around Dollar


Bridge House
14 Bridge Street
Dollar
FK14 7DE
Scotland
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Dollar is particularly well blessed with places to eat.

Sit down and eat

  • The Castle Campbell Hotel (directly across the road) is renowned for fine cooking and the use of local produce. Meals can be taken in the restaurant or bar. The bar itself is well known for its collection of over 70 malt whiskies.
  • The The Kings Seat restaurant and bar (100 metres away) offers traditional meals at lunchtimes and in the evenings and an excellent range of well kept beers.
  • The Vanilla Pod (next door but one) offers Morning & Afternoon coffee, Home baking & light Lunches, Full evening & bistro menu
  • Café des Fleurs (a few doors along) offers light snacks and meals throughout the day.

Take away

  • Mo's Plaice (on Bridge Street) offers pizzas cooked to perfection in the traditional way.
  • Lee's Chinese takeaway offers a vast choice of Chinese food.
  • Guests are welcome to use the room and the crockery and cutlery if they wish to bring in a takeaway meal in the evening. Wine glasses and a corkscrew are also available smiley face

Drinks

For all its relatively small size, Dollar is well appointed with places to drink:
  • The Kings Seat is well worth a visit for their cosy ambiance and well kept beers. The Castle Campbell Hotel is well known for its range of whiskies.


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