Kinloch Lodge will be offering Sunday lunches for the first time in its history.
From October 21, the iconic lodge will be serving a classic roast lunch, followed by a whisky tasting.
Kinloch's Isabella Macdonald said: "We've decided to launch a winter roast Sunday lunch'as it is my family's favourite meal of the week!
"We are so lucky to have more and more local trade, that it makes sense to offer a slightly different menu on a Sunday. We're also offering a special locals.
"Sleepover rate for anyone who wants to stay overnight and avoid the drive home, they can have lunch, enjoy the whisky tasting, stay over and have our fabulous breakfast before heading off to work on Monday, all for £144pp."
On the menu, you'll find traditional favourites like home-cured, cold-smoked & hot-smoked salmon served with dill and local leaves, traditional roast ribs of Short Horn Cross Beef, from the Black Isle, with Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes and winter vegetables, Scrabster cod, seafood gnocchi, local Drumfearn mussels served in a saffron cream sauce, and a dark chocolate & hazelnut tart and almond ice cream. Of course, a vegetarian alternative can be provided on request.
Guests are invited to arrive early and work up an appetite with a walk around the garden, or through the forest and over Kinloch hill where the views across the Sound of Sleat are truly magnificent. And there's no need to hurry-off after lunch, you'll be encouraged to relax, perhaps with the Sunday papers, in front of a roaring open fire in one of three charming drawing rooms each furnished with historic paintings and family antiques.
Whisky-lovers will be able to learn about a selection of the 180 whiskies that make up the Kinloch collection, guided by general manager, Jamie Williams.
A four course Sunday lunch costs £45 per person, three courses £40.00 and will be served from midday until 2pm. The whisky tasting follows lunch and costs £30 p/p. Booking is essential.