The Seafield Arms
Located in North East Scotland, The Seafield Arms has just been through a major £1.4 million revamp, and now the luxury venue boasts a small array of spectacular rooms for locals and tourists alike to relax in.
The selection of rooms within the hotel aim to provide a luxurious weekend on the coast. The Traditional Room has tartan-inspired decor, an Urban Room boasts yellow and teal accents, and the Sunnyside Suite includes its very own lounge area. Each room features a large screen TV, coffee machine and spacious en-suite to ensure guest’s experience is as memorable as possible.
Deputy Manager, Ailie Flett said:
“We are extremely excited that the newly refurbished Seafield Arms Hotel is now open. Business is going tremendously well and our bistro bar and restaurant has been fully booked most weeknights and every weekend since we opened on May 5. The locals have been amazed with the hotels £1.4 million transformation and some say the heart has finally been put back into Cullen.”
The proud team also says the bar and restaurant offer exceptional areas for experiencing some of the finest local produce and spending quality time with peers and loved ones.
Boasting chic and stylish decor, the Grant Dining Room offers both comfortable dining and divine dishes, with three fantastic menus. Dishes include pan seared venison medallions, crispy skin sea bass and broccoli, brie & pea risotto, with prices varying from £4.75 to £29.95. Furthermore, food is served daily until 8pm, and the Specials menu changes on a weekly basis meaning the hotel can use the best of the local produce, delivered daily.
Where possible, The Seafield Arms uses Scottish produce, firmly supporting local businesses and in turn ensuring that they’re safe guarding the local economy. This also means that when guests eat the fresh selection of Scottish fish dishes they’ll know they’re eating catch caught and prepared by the local fishermen.
The Findlater lounge is for guests to take things slow and enjoy their evenings in, featuring a mix of modern and traditional decorative pieces. The space is also a fantastic space for sipping away at one of the delicious cocktails on offer or something from the extensive whisky selection.
With 30 seats, there is the option to both dine and drink in the more relaxed setting of Bar 19. This room has been decorated with wood accents and serves up gastro type dishes with a contemporary twist, including a Triple B – Buckie Bellybutton Burger, slow braised lamb shank, and warm rum and chocolate pudding.
The Seafield Arms also throws ‘intoxicating tea parties’. Launched in the summer of 2013, they are a very popular ‘afternoon with a difference’, with a selection of fine home bakes, sandwiches and a choice of cocktails; the tea parties are the perfect way to relax and spend time with friends and family at the Seafield Arms.