You can enjoy splendid views from this excellent hotel/restaurant, perched high above the village. Although the building is basically Victorian, the dining room is airy, and with a smart/modern feel, overlooking the well-kept gardens. Chef, David Mutter uses carefully-sourced local ingredients.
For starters, expect the likes of 'Fillet of Beef with Horseradish Risotto', 'Langoustine Tortellini' or 'Roasted Calf's Sweetbread'.
Perhaps 'Beef with Parsnip Purée and an Oxtail and Mushroom Sauce'; 'Roast Monkfish Fillet with Pommes Purėe, Chorizo, Peas & Fried Sage' or seasonal game or wild salmon to follow.
There are excellent desserts - such as 'Warm Chocolate Brownie with Crème Fraîche' and 'Classic Lemon Tart with Berry Sauce' or excellent Scottish cheese to finish.
- Food Style: Scottish
- Lunch: L Sun 12.30-14.00; set from £24 (3 courses)
- Dinner: all week, 19.00-21.00; set D from £42.50 (3 courses) to £50 (7 courses)
- Seats: 48, plus 8 outside
- Wine: The wine list is interesting, and kick off in the mid £20's
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes, but 2 steps - including men's lavatory
- Directions: on the A93 at the west end of village. See the map at the top of the page.
- Parking: Yes
- Closed: L Mon-Sat; a few days at Christmas, last 3 weeks January
- Outside eating
- Rooms available