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Raise a Glass and Celebrate!

A Quiet Drink or a Festive Frolic

The Estate of Ord’s “party palace” – linked to the Ord House Hotel – is the Prosecco Bar, which makes the ideal venue for all sorts of gatherings, from pre-dinner cocktails to jolly “hen” or “stag” nights, or even a traditional ceilidh on occasion.

There’s plenty of space to spread out and have fun in the bar which consists of two interconnected rooms, decorated to reflect true Highland spirit with a cosy atmosphere.

Exposed stone walls flicker with the flames from log burning stoves, the tartan carpet and floral wallpaper making for a comfortable contrast, set off by large gold ornate picture frames, adding a touch of luxury.

For convenience sake the Prosecco Bar has a door through to the splendid Matilda’s Garden Café & Restaurant, so you can use both the eating and drinking facilities with ease.

Bubbly, Brews and Classic Cocktails

The Prosecco bar is stocked to the hilt with all the alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages you could possibly require, so just ask for your favourite tipple.

There is an impressive wine list, and a tasty cocktail menu – the staff are ready to mix any classic cocktail you may fancy from a cosmopolitan to a martini, definitely shaken, not stirred.

If you’re after ales there are some excellent examples from Highland brewers to tempt your tastebuds.

The Prosecco bar is no stranger to corks popping having hosted many a bubbly pre-wedding drinks reception and celebratory occasions of all sorts. Special parties can be arranged.

All you need to enjoy a great gathering at the Estate of Ord’s popular bar is a thirst and to practice making the Scottish toast Sláinte (“your health”), which is pronounced “slange-var”.

Superior Single Malt Whisky

Seeing as the nearby Glen Ord whisky distillery – the only remaining single malt scotch whisky distillery on the Black Isle – is on land that used to be part of the Estate of Ord, it would be remiss not to offer this fine spirit to guests at the Prosecco Bar.

Enjoy a wee dram or two of Glen Ord’s iconic Singleton brand 18, 15 or 12-year-old whisky, or ask the bar staff to whip up a delectable whisky cocktail that will take your appreciation to the next level.

As you sip reflect on the fact that Glen Ord distillery was founded in 1838 by local laird, Thomas Mackenzie on his Clan land, and nowadays produces an impressive 5 million litres of whisky a year, using water drawn from Loch nam-Bannach and Loch nam Euan.

If the local single malt doesn’t inspire you, you can opt for home-made apple cider which is derived from the Estate of Ord’s own apple orchards.

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