March, 2011 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Guest houses in high demand

GUEST houses in Glasgow remain in high demand following the sale of a city centre property which is said to have attracted strong interest Christie & …

Business on the tourist trail for sale

A LICENSED guest house on the main tourist route between Oban and Lochgilphead is on the market Located in Kilmore near Oban, Braeside Guest House has five en …

Gathering bids for Deeside property

The Braemar Lodge Hotel has seven letting bedrooms Braemar business offers a range of accommodation A COUNTRY hotel and chalet business in the heart of Royal …

Lodge your bid for loch-side hotel

Argyll business expected to attract global interest AN award-winning loch-side hotel in Argyll is expected to attract global interest after it was placed on …

Island business opportunity

The Stronsay Hotel has four en suite letting rooms and owner’s accommodation. PROPERTY buyers tempted to ‘get away from it all’ might be interested in …

Workshop gives chefs just desserts

The classes focus on gourmet sweets. A Borders-based pastry school has launched a new workshop to help chefs create gourmet dessert menus The sessions at the …

Freeze your sweet assets

Ice-cream a lighter and cheaper alternative to traditional puddings Caterers who don’t include ice-cream on their dessert menus could be missing a trick The …

Sauces that go the extra mile

Versatility key in harsh economic climate, says Heinz THE need for chefs to get the most from their ingredients has arguably never been greater as tough …

New sauces offer taste of Italy

THE producer behind a range of Indian curry sauces aims to introduce a taste of Italy with its latest range Two pasta sauces (Rich Bolognese with a hint of red …

Uniforms must follow form and function

First impressions mean everything in the hospitality business, uniform suppliers insist IT’S no longer unusual to see hospitality staff cut a dash with …

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