Lockdown drive-thru at Pathhead hotel now a permanent feature

With the Scottish hospitality industry re-opening on Monday (July 6), a Pathhead hotel has undertaken a huge DIY project to make their lockdown drive-thru a permanent feature.

Thursday, 9th July 2020, 9:10 am
The Stair Arms Hotel in Pathhead has transformed an old shipping crate into a permanent drive-thru point.

The Stair Arms Hotel has transformed an old shipping container into a permanent drive-thru point. The family which owns the hotel has spent the past month clearing the shipping container out completely, cutting out a service window and is now decorating it so the old container is barely recognisable.

The hotel’s owner and manager Amanda Ramsay said: “If lockdown has taught us anything, it’s that we are capable of adapting – we went from no experience of takeaway to having an amazing takeaway service operating six days week.

“We’re not quite ready to let go of all that yet.”

Mid-transformation.

For more information, go to www.facebook.com/TheStairArmsHotel or www.stairarmshotel.com.

Before work got underway.