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The Botanic House is ready to rebloom when it reopens its doors in Inverness from September 25 with the easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions

By Ian Duncan

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The Botanic House.
The Botanic House.

The Castle Street bar is planning to reopen its doors to customers later this month.

Table bookings are being accepted and a range of new post-Covid-19 rules have been put in place.

In a statement a spokesman confirmed that they are planning to reopen from Friday, September 25, and added: "We can't wait to welcome everyone back and we've made a few changes to ensure your safety and that of our team, while still providing a super cool environment for you to enjoy during your visit.

"One of the big changes is that we will be introducing a fantastic new grazing board menu. Finer details are being confirmed, and tasted, along with a super updated drinks menu. More info is coming very soon.

"We've introduced more tables across the venue, socially distanced of course, and our team will be providing table service direct to you."

It will be open from 5pm until 11pm, on Friday and Saturdays.

The Botanic House.
The Botanic House.

The spokesman said they were introducing a new set of Botanic House rules and added: "In line with current Scottish Government rules, we will only be accepting reservations of up to six guests per table from a maximum of two households.

"Here at Botanic House we are doing our best to keep everyone safe during these challenging times. With this in mind we have a few new Botanic House rules that we ask you to be aware of and keep in mind when you visit us. If we all follow the rules, it makes things a lot easier for everyone.

"One last request, if you’ve booked a table and don’t need it, please let us know or cancel asap! No shows are not cool and means we’ve kept an empty table for someone and potentially turned people away. Lets support each other."

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