The Corbie Inn’s next Comedy Night is set to take place on Saturday, January 22. Tickets are £10. For details please contact the pub on 01506 825307. Remember: you can also get updates on this and future events on our Facebook page.
The Corbie Inn has unveiled its Christmas menu for 2021. It will be available from December 1 until December 23. All Christmas bookings require a non-refundable £10 deposit and items are subject to availability. Pre-book your table to avoid disappointment. Call 01506 825307. Here’s the menu . . . . Festive soupHomemade pate with redContinue reading “Corbie Inn Christmas menu”
An award-winning pub and restaurant has celebrated its 10th birthday … by giving away presents to customers. The Corbie Inn at Corbiehall in Bo’ness awarded ten, £50 vouchers in a free draw. The lucky winners were picked out of a hat by the new Bo’ness Fair Queen Ellie Van Der Hoek tonight (Thursday, October 28),Continue reading “Award-winning pub celebrates birthday – giving presents to customers”
Walkers and cyclists are set to benefit from enhanced facilities and discounts at a Bo’ness pub. The Corbie Inn in the town’s Corbiehall has worked with the charity Sustrans to install a new cycle rack. The venue has also signed up to the John Muir Way Passport Scheme – offering discounts to passport holders. ItContinue reading “Boost for walkers and cyclists visiting Bo’ness pub”
A relaxation in Covid restrictions mean changes at the Corbie Inn from Monday, May 17. We can now open each day for longer – and welcome customers to enjoy alcoholic drinks inside. Here’s how the rules apply from May 17: INSIDE: We’ll be open for drinks/meals (with alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks) from noon each day.Continue reading “Join us for a drink inside at the Corbie”
The Corbie Inn in Bo’ness will welcome back “sit-in” customers from Monday, April 26. For the past few months, lockdown restrictions have meant only takeaways/deliveries have been offer. From April 26, we can welcome customers back on site to enjoy our restaurant and beer garden. Here’s what’s on offer . . . . INSIDE: We’llContinue reading “Welcome back to the Corbie Inn”
An AA inspector has praised the “great beers and good pub grub” at the Corbie Inn, Bo’ness. Read more on the Rated Trips website.
Cyclist Stuart Kenny has called Bo’ness “stunning” in an article about his trek across the John Muir Way. He also recalls how he popped into the Corbie Inn during his 130 mile trek across central Scotland. You can read his article on the Mpora website.
A couple marking their diamond wedding anniversary celebrated with a “lovely lunch” at the Corbie Inn, Bo’ness. Read more here. If you are planning a special event, call us for details on bookings and takeaways.
Free audio guides about the Bo’ness foreshore and town centre – close to the Corbie Inn pub – have been released. Find out more here.
A new video about the John Muir Way – which passes just yards from the Corbie Inn pub in Bo’ness – has been launched. Find out more and see the video here.
The Corbie Inn, Bo’ness, has installed its own wood-fired pizza oven. Pizzas are now available for sit-in customers and for takeaway/deliveries. See our food page for menus.
A runner who ran the John Muir Way non-stop has found time to praise the Bo’ness section. Kristian Delacour told The Sunday Post: “There were some really nice parts to this route, especially the section at Bo’ness.” See the story here. If you are walking or cycling the John Muir Way pop into the CorbieContinue reading “Praise for Bo’ness by non-stop runner”
Award-winning Kinneil Band had reasons to celebrate when members picked up a cheque from the Bo’ness Real Ale Appreciation Society at the Corbie Inn. See a picture and read more on the Linlithgow Gazette website.
A new push to attract tourists to Bo’ness has got underway. Bo’net – which represents dozens of groups in the town – updated and republished its free map and guide to attractions in the area. Copies will be available from local libraries and other outlets in the district. More information here.
The Corbie Inn in Bo’ness is one of the top venues in Falkirk district for food, reports The Falkirk Herald.
A move to attract more people to walk and cycle along the John Muir Way has been launched. Read the story here. The 134-mile route passes along the Bo’ness foreshore, just yards from the Corbie Inn, Bo’ness.
The Corbie Inn, Bo’ness, has been praised for its “excellent” wheelchair access. In a review on the website Euan’s Guide, a contributor said there was “plenty of space”. He also praised the “excellent food” and “attentive” service. He concluded: “I would certainly recommend it to wheelchair users and I will be returning again.” Read theContinue reading “Pub praised for ‘excellent’ wheelchair access”