Stage hypnotists are experts at making people relax but, when the audience members are snapped out of it, there is always a lingering suspicion that involuntary chicken impersonations may have taken place.
Evade poultry predicaments but enjoy a relaxing stay at Redstones hotel with today’s Big Deal.
Taking its name from its building materials, this lovely Victorian hotel has recently been refurbished.
Redstones now features twelve, individually designed ensuite double rooms, half of which are deluxe rooms. The hotel charges the same for both but runs a first come, first served policy; so book early.
All the rooms come with great beds; either a full bathroom or shower room with Arran Aromatics toiletries; multi-channel digital TV’s and CD players along with access to an extensive CD and DVD library.
The building has free WiFi throughout.
As well as a full Scottish breakfast, Big Deal buyers will be able to gleefully wield their cutlery in the Rihas Restaurant.
Popular with locals as well as residents, locally sourced ingredients take centre stage on the menu.
Think along the lines of starters such as the haggis fritters with creamed neeps and pearl barley risotto or the king prawn tempura with pickled squid and sweet chilli.
Typical main courses include medallions of beef with spring onion mash and mushrooms or the chicken supreme with petit pois and rocket risotto.
Afterwards or indeed before your meal, the hotel’s Romas wine bar is a pleasant spot for quaffing a frosty one or take your drinks out to the terrace and gardens.
With nearby attractions such as golf, parkland walks and horseracing at Hamilton Race Course, Redstones is perfect for a weekend break.
If you want to chill without risking any sort of unpleasant hypno/chicken risks, today’s Big Deal is:
£75 for dinner, bed and breakfast for two people at Redstones hotel in Uddingston; a 50% saving on the standard £150
What other people say:
‘The food was served quickly and to an impeccable standard. It was delicious. The barman and other staff were really friendly and helpful and the atmosphere was relaxed.’
Jenna Mark on Tripadvisor