Good Hotel Guide Review
Genial Scottish hospitality and a traditional pub ethos are preserved in this welcoming village inn, a log-fire-warmed, fiddle-accompanied hark back to the past. Well-worn leather armchairs and eclectic bits and pieces dot the stone-walled bar, where the wide range of drinks includes the pub’s own gin and ‘Risky Kelt’ beer. Hungry guests might find a beef-and-ale pie or Tamworth pork chop on the weekly menu; daily specials are marked on a blackboard. Ten paces from the door, simply furnished bedrooms in a separate building have a large orthopaedic bed and, perhaps, a slipper bath in the modern bathroom. In the morning, a continental breakfast (freshly baked croissants, muesli, yogurt, fruit) is delivered to the room.
Perth and Kinross
4. All in adjacent building.
all year except 25/26 Dec, 1 Jan.
bar, lounge, snug, dining room, in-room smart TV (Freeview), wedding facilities, beer garden.
in public areas, occasional live fiddle music.
all ages welcomed.
‘very welcome’ in all areas, not on beds.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £105–£155, D,B&B £150–£185. À la carte £40.