Saturday, 23 February 2013

Restaurants in Pitlochry Scotland

There are a wide range of restaurants in Pitlochry Scotland, in fact something to suit every taste and budget.  Here is a quite round up of all our favourite Restaurants in Pitlochry Scotland by Craigatin House & Courtyard:

Port na Craig over the river, nearest restaurant to the Pitlochry Festival Theatre

The Moulin Inn, famous for its very own on-site micro brewery.

Cafe Biba, located on the Atholl Road Pitlochry

Victoria's Restaurant, our favourite place for a coffee and slice of cake, 
plus lots lots more.  Lovely outside terrace in the Summer!

Pasha - Mediterranean food arrives in Pitlochry, fantastic menu choice.

 Fern Cottage Resturant, a delightful restaurant just off the Atholl Road. A beautiful traditional stone built cottage with oodles of charm and character

The Old Mill Pitlochry, lovely, modern, busy pub with great food and beers, excellent outside decking for warmer days beside their working water wheel! Great live music venue too!

The Strathgarry Restaurant - Very nice bistro style restaurant right on Atholl Road

McKays, centrally located on Atholl Road, this lively pub restaurant has something for everyone!  Great beers, steaks and good value food with 
live music and comedy nights.

The Prince of India Restaurant for everyone who fancies a really 
good curry whilst in Pitlochry.

The Auld Smiddy Inn, the nearest restaurant to Craigatin House and Courtyard, just a short walk away.  Log burning stoves and daily specials keep everyone coming back to this former smiddy!

The Pitlochry Golf Club, You don’t have to be a golfer to love The Clubhouse! Socialise over drinks on the decking or relax over a long lunch or leisurely evening meal!

Pitlochry Steakhouse, embracing the region’s plentiful harvest and offering a menu that celebrates the great and the good of Scottish beef.

Fonab Castle Brasserie, presenting a relaxed and informal dining experience with fantastic views over Loch Faskally.

These are all the local Pitlochry restaurants and favourite places of 
Craigatin House & Courtyard

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