Banish the winter blues and raise a toast to Burns Night in Gloucestershire, with an array of events taking place across the county in celebration of the birth of famous Scottish poet, Robert Burns, on Thursday 25 January 2018.
With everything from six-course taster menus to a whisky masterclass, SoGlos has rounded up eight places to join in with the Scottish tradition this January.
Don your favourite kilt for Burns Night at The Hollow Bottom when the Cotswold country pub hosts a night of lavish celebrations on Thursday 25 January 2018. With a black-tie dress code, guests can devour a feverously good feast including traditional Scottish favourite, Haggis, followed by the finest sirloin of beef, and raspberry cranachan to finish.
Diners can enjoy a selection of Scottish specialities with a scrumptious three-course tasting menu on Thursday 25 January 2018. With whisky pairings and an expert knowledge from industry experts, the evening promises to be a decadent affair.
Indulge in a selection of whiskies on Thursday 25 January 2018 with the help of expert distiller George Wills. Visitors can also enjoy a Scottish-themed four-course tasting menu for what promises to be a memorable evening.
Offering hearty Haggis and pleasures for your palate, Tewkesbury’s Roses Theatre promise an evening crafted for the ultimate whisky enthusiast on Friday 26 January 2018, with delicious nibbles accompanying a selection of Scottish whiskies.
Enjoy an evening of Scottish splendour at Forest Hills Golf Club for what promises to be a fun-filled evening of Ceilidh dancing and scrumptious suppers on Saturday 20 January 2018.
Brighten up a dull January evening and celebrate Burns Night on Thursday 25 January 2018 with a scrumptious supper at The Beehive in Cheltenham. The cosy setting in the heart of The Suffolks promises diners traditional culinary delights.
Revel in an evening of decadence and savour a four-course meal when the grandeur Grittleton House hosts an indulgent celebration for Burns Night on Saturday 27 January 2018. Featuring live bagpipes, traditional dancing and celebratory toasts, the evening is set to be a sophisticated soiree.
By Sophie Bird
Friday 19 January 2018
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