Situated on the east of Kirkmichael this historic drover's inn, recommended in the Michelin guide 2013, servers fresh, Perthshire dishes with a twist.
Kirkton of Glenisla
Serves home cooked traditional Scottish food and snacks throughout the day. They serve High Tea each afternoon but booking is required for this erly evening supper follwed by freshly baked cakes and scones.
Food is served all year round round in the conservatory restaurant with views to the river bank and bridge. A real log fire creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere, especially during the winter.
This is the nearest market town to Dalmunzie and has a variety of restaurants, bistros, pubs, cafes and take aways. The Love to Eat project aims to promote excellent service, locally-sourced food, quality producers and produce, and eating establishments in Blairgowrie and the East Perthshire area.
Wonderful sunny Autumn weather to help us enjoy this marvellous landscape. Arriving just after the warm summer finished we've been very grateful for the easy-to-use fire, and generous supplies of wood, coal and newspaper. Linn of Dee was a great day out in the sunshine. The Pottery does a very good slice of fruit cake, which they are willing to sell as takeaway. Great soup to eat in too! We will remember this characterful cottage and its unbroken views.Joy and David.