What's On at The Rosslea Hall
We hold a range of exciting events at the hotel throughout the year, so come along and see what's on.
For more information on any of the below or to make a booking, please call us on 01436 439955.
AFTERNOON CREAM TEA FROM £6.95 per person
Indulge in the delights of afternoon tea in the comfort of the Rosslea Hall Hotel, Rhu, Helensburgh. Ideally situated near Loch Lomond and overlooking the Firth of Clyde, The Rosslea Hall provides the perfect venue for a relaxing afternoon with friends and family.
At the Rosslea Hall Hotel we now have 4 delicious offerings for afternoon teas, the traditional cream tea is just £6.95 per person, the Old Country Rose at £8.50 per person, Brig A Doon with a Scottish theme at £10.50 per person and the mysterious Masquerade at £12.50 per person.
Sunday Lunch from £9.95
Spend the perfect lazy Sunday with friends and family at The Rosslea Hall Hotel, and enjoy the delicious selection available on our Sunday Lunch menu.
2 courses £9.95 | £12.95 3 courses
Scrumptious Sundays only £19.95 per couple
Take advantage of our great value Scrumptious Sundays offer, with a 2 course Sunday lunch for 2 people with a drink* each only £19.95
*Restrictions apply. Ask your server for more information.
the Rosslea hall awarded aa rosette
Awarded an AA Rosette for culinary excellence
The Rosslea Hall Hotel, Rhu is delighted to announce that they have been awarded their first AA Rosette for culinary excellence. The AA Rosette Awards are one of the UK’s most important benchmarks for food quality in restaurants, with leading chefs and diners alike recognising the prestige and authority of the awards.
General manager Don McGregor said "Thank you to Head Chef Iain and the team for all their hard work; it is a great achievement to receive such a renowned award. The food truly is amazing with the team consistently delivering quality, not only to guests in The Garden Rooms Restaurant but often to over 100 wedding guests simultaneously. Super result and it just keeps getting better at Rosslea."