Barrels Alehouse


fine dining in the heart of Dundee's cultural West End.


In 1874 when James Aitken became a wine merchant in Dundee, he could not have imagined how the world of wine would change or that nearly 140 years later his family would still be providing customers with the same knowledgeable and dependable Aitken Wines service


Perched on a cliff top in the county of Angus is the beautiful historic fishing village of Auchmithie, approximately 3 miles north of Arbroath. Here you will find the But'n'Ben Restaurant, known to many for its seafood dishes and traditional Scottish country cooking and baking.

Cavens Arms

Farmer's Inn

If you are looking for accommodation, good traditional food, real ales and a relaxed atmosphere come visit the Farmers Inn, Clarencefield.

Blue Bell Inn

Auldgirth Inn

The old blacksmiths bar has lost none of its unique charm over the centuries. With arched windows, thick oak beams and the most inviting of log fires, it couldn't be any more relaxing.

Ken Bridge Hotel

The Ken Bridge, a 10 bedroom Georgian hotel, has a spectacular river bank location close by Loch Ken, in an area renowned for its tranquillity and picturesque views. 

Laurie Arms

On offer there is a variety of quality well kept real ales that change on a regular basis, so you can try a different one or two on each of your visits (highly commended ‘Pub of the Year’ for the last two years).