o Coffee:- Habitat Café (Aberfeldy)
If you’re looking for speciality coffee as well as good casual dining options then Habitat is your place. Dog friendly, al-fresco café culture in the warmer months.
o Hot Chocolate: – Highland Chocolatier (Grandtully)
A great decadent place for serious chocolate aficionados where you can try the sumptuous, award winning hot velvet ganache.
o With Kids: Highland Safaris (Dull)
Winner of best visitor experience, this lovely café also boasts some great activities to keep kids entertained including a small bike track, gold & gem panning as well as the red deer centre.
o Pint: Kenmore Inn (Kenmore)
The setting is what gets our vote. On a warm day, make sure to head out to the back to enjoy a pint with a stunningl view over the River Tay.
o County Pub & Restaurant: Inn on the Tay (Grandtully)
Nestled on the banks of the Tay, cosy bar, quality riverside dining, dog friendly and the best pies.
o Pizza: Ferryman’s Inn (Kenmore)
Wood fired pizza whilst soaking up the views of Ben Lawers across Loch Tay – what more could you want?