During this difficult time, we are committed to helping our local community and easing things in whatever way possible.
Takeaway / Delivery
Customers collecting will be met at the front door with their order. If driving to collect your food, please call us on arrival and we will meet you at your car with your order. Deliveries can be left on the doorstep to further reduce the contact time for those self-isolating.
Key Worker Accommodation
Accommodation is also available to Key worker guests following the government's guidelines for essential travel. We can also provide evening meals while guests are with us. While providing a warm friendly welcome will always be our top priority, we have adapted our services to mitigate risks posed by Covid-19 for our guests:
- Face masks are always required in public areas
- Hand sanitising stations located throughout the hotel
- Social distancing in operation in all areas
- All areas of the hotel are fully sanitised before, during and after service
Biggar Community Action Group
We are currently working with the Biggar Community Action Group to provide hot meals to some of our local communities most vulnerable each week. If you think this service would be appropriate for a friend or family member, please contact the community action group if you would like more information on this service.
We want to wish you and your family's good health and thank you for your continued support throughout this pandemic, and in the weeks and months to come. We look forward to the time we can open our doors and welcome you back to our restaurant again.
Robert, Janette, Michael and All at the Elphinstone
The Elphinstone Hotel
A traditional and charming Coaching Inn situated in the centre of Biggar. Find out more about us
The Elph' has a long and illustrious history that goes back over 400 years. The owners, Robert and Janette Allen, along with their son, Michael, have been at the heart of the business for over twenty five years and offer a warm and friendly welcome to all visitors and locals alike. The family pride themselves on the continued patronage of a busy local trade with a high level of repeat custom which clearly tells its own story.