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A mile away but a world apart, this atmospheric hotel was trading centuries before the tartan tack came to Pitlochry. With its romantic low ceilings, ageing wood and booth seating, the inn is a wonderfully atmospheric spot for a house-brewed ale or a portion of Highland comfort food: try the filling haggis or venison stew. A more formal restaurant (mains £12 to £16) serves equally delicious traditional fare, with excellent game and meat options. The hotel also has a variety of rooms (single/double £62/77) as well as a self-catering annexe. The best way to get here from Pitlochry is walking: it’s a pretty uphill stroll through green fields, and an easy roll down the slope…
This old coaching inn is a snug spot for a decent feed from a menu ranging from pub classics to more ambitious meat and game dishes. The friendly bar has some good tap choices and is a top spot for a quiet pint at the outdoor tables with a marvellous view over Loch Tummel. The inn is about 3 miles from Queen’s View and also has rooms.