Safe Dining at The Ferryhill House Hotel
Welcome back to The Ferryhill House Hotel.
Of course, our main priority is the safety and wellbeing of our customers and staff and as such as we have created house guidelines to adhere to – click below to read in full. Before your visit please make yourself familiar with our guidelines and the key information below.
Failure to adhere to our measures may result in your group being asked to leave the premises.
Please note our outside area is only partly covered with a marquee area so please dress appropriately. At busy times, we will not be able to move tables.
The Scottish Government have issued guidance for customers visiting hospitality premises. They explain what you should do and what to expect when you visit them.
At this time, bookings can be made online for April 26th onwards so here's a few booking tips…
- Please click link: https://bit.ly/3shw8kD or visit our website and head to the booking widget
- Select your date, area and time
- Click next and confirm your area selection
- Complete contact details and click next.
- Check over booking, accept terms & conditions and complete booking
- You will receive email confirmation of booking
If the area you want is not available for selection, this will mean the area does not have availability.
We politely ask that you do not select an area and in comments ask for another area or book for a certain number of people and ask for a different amount as we may not be able to offer this due to being fully booked.
If you have any booking enquiries, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try our next to accommodate,
Face coverings must be worn while customers are not at their table (Entering the building, visiting restrooms or at any other time while moving around the venue).
Remember FACTS for a safer Scotland:
F – Face coverings. These should be used in shops and on public transport (buses, trains and taxis)
A – Avoid crowded places.
C – Clean your hands frequently, using water and soap whenever possible.
T – Two metres – observe physical distancing.
S – Self-isolate and book a test if you are suffering from COVID-19 symptoms.