The Witchery by the Castle
7 expert reviews
“The restaurant serves traditional baked Scottish crotin and rabbit wrapped in Parma ham—all cooked to perfection.”
– Travel + Leisure
"With its atmospheric oak-paneled main dining room and airy converted courtyard (known as the Secret Garden), dinner at this 16th-century building near the castle gates verges on the theatrical."
"This atmospheric place offers a theatrical candlelit experience and features traditional/new-wave Scottish cuisine, such as rabbit stuffed with black pudding or Scottish oysters and langoustines."
"Old-school charm and decadent dining without the stuffiness." Full review
"An upmarket restaurant set in magnificently over-the-top medieval surroundings full of Gothic panelling, tapestries and heavy stonework, all a mere broomstick-hop from the Castle."
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"The hundreds of "witches" who were executed on Castlehill, just yards from where you'll be seated, are the inspiration for this outstanding and atmospheric restaurant"
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