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The Farmhouse Restaurant

The Farmhouse Restaurant has not currently reopened as of yet; please join us at the Greathouse Tavern for dining.


The Greathouse

Greathouse Hours Effective Monday May 24th, 2021

Hours and availability subject to change please see our Facebook page for current updates , closures and menu postings.

There may be times when we are having private events and we will have only limited dining. Please call ahead !

Mondays : CLOSED FOR DINING
Tuesday – Wednesday : LIMITED LUNCH MENU FROM 11-3PM ONLY
Thursday - Saturday : LIMITED LUNCH MENU 11-3PM & DINNER 5-9PM
Sunday : LUNCH 11:30AM-3PM & DINNER 3-6PM
On Sundays the bar will be open till 7:30pm
(We are currently offering Brunch for holidays only.
We are sorry for any inconvenience.
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Now Accepting Reservations for Father's Day Sunday June 20,2021

Brunch Hours, when applicable, will be 10am-2pm
Reservations are highly recommended.
If you come without a reservation we may not be able to accommodate you.
If you need to cancel, we ask for 48 hour notice.

Please call 610-268-2235 for reservations, Daily 8am-4pm

Reservations highly recommended.
Walk-ins May be able to be accommodated, but we can not guarantee a table will be available.

Hours are subject to change
Please check our Facebook page for our current menus and updates.

Loch Nairn Golf Course
Mailing Address: 514 McCue Road, Avondale PA 19311

Golf will be open as weather permits please call 610-268-2234 for questions.

Also you may contact the Pro Shop by phone to arrange a Tee Time at: 610-268-2234
Tee time reservations are accepted 7 days a week.

Golf Rates

Dining Gift Certificates Available Online

Directions
For GPS and Online Mapping, use:
514 McCue Road, Avondale PA 19348



Best of the Best 2014 - county lines magazine

Loch Nairn Named Best Of the Best by County Lines Magazine
Best American Continental Cuisine

Classy country charm runneth over in this restored 18th-century farmhouse, where a comfortable clutter of baskets, dried-flower arrangements, old farm implements and decoys are natural conversation starters. Handsome oriental carpets, candles flickering on crisp linens and servers clad in black and white enhance the refined side. Tempting classic dishes, both Continental and American, have broad appeal. - County Line Magazine

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