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With a host of amazing offers and packages throughout our 8 venues RAD Hotel Group ensures there is something for everyone. Enjoy overnight stays with dinner and breakfast, spa packages at Lochside Spa, afternoon tea's, monetary vouchers and so much more.
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Stay over and experience a warm and welcoming atmosphere at Lochside House Hotel, Lodges and Spa, Ayrshire. Enjoy relaxed dining in the renowned Afton Restaurant, rejuvenate and restore in the Spa at Lochside or discover our Luxury Lodges and the surrounding area.
Located on the south side of Glasgow, Dalmeny Park Hotel is one of Scotland's premier wedding venues.
The Orchid Restaurant offers fine food all day, where you can choose from traditional favourites and modern classics.
Built in 1892 by RJ Barrowman, The Royal Hotel offers excellent accommodation and informal dining in The Bistro or 1906 Bar Lounge.
The Carlton Hotel including Logans Bar & Restaurant perfectly combine a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere with a modern streamlined interior. The use of bold colour, rich textures and contemporary artwork creates a vibrant ambience to enjoy.
Glamorous and Elegant, Hetland Hall offers a classical design with a modern twist. Situated just outside Dumfries, explore the undiscovered beauty and history of Dumfries and Galloway
Based in Lanarkshire The Radstone's impressive grand foyer is perfect for meeting friends, whether for a relaxing coffee or a sparkling reception. All within easy reach of Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The Opal Restaurant and Bar offers perfectly created drinks and tastefully selected dishes. Enjoy the ultimate dining experience
Situated within an area of outstanding natural beauty on the banks of the River Doon. Step into a piece of history and take it all in. The Brig o’ Doon Hotel offers views of the River Doon towards the Auld Kirk, Burns Monument, and the spectacular Brig o’ Doon itself, the exact setting for the climax to Robert Burns’ most famous poem, “Tam o’ Shanter.”