The Fortingall Hotel is right beside the famous Fortingall yew tree in the historic village of Fortingall. It is also at the entrance to magical Glen Lyon. If you have a dog, it is welcome too.
Food - Breakfast, lunches and suppers.
Breakfast – Available in the Lounge and Dining Room and importantly open to non-residents.
Lite Bite Lunches – Served in the Ewe Bar and Lounge.
Lunches and suppers are very popular in the Ewe Bar. Choose from the Fortingall Bistro Menu or opt for the Restaurant Menu. Importantly the specials are featured most days and items are priced separately.
Eat in front of a roaring log and peat fire, which is hardly ever out during the winter months.
Fortingall restaurant. You can choose to eat in the Fortingall restaurant where you can enjoy the chef’s daily menu. Also you may like to dine in the Hotel Lounge, or al fresco in the hotel garden in summer.
Bread and rolls are baked daily on the premises. The cider is produced from the 100 year old apple tree in the hotel garden.
Head Chef, David Dunn has brought his talents to the hotel. He uses local venison, pheasant, partridge and in better years, grouse, creating menus of classical and innovative dishes which are hugely popular with customers. The lamb comes from the next door farm and is ‘without doubt, the best in Scotland’.
Something substantial and tasty to eat, is what the Fortingall Hotel is all about. Visitors from afar calling in once again for meals, reminiscent of the 1960s when William Heptinstall was chef and Fortingall patron for 35 years.
Friday evening talented local musicians.
The Ewe Bar comes alive on a Friday night home where it is home to local farmers, gamekeepers, musicians, artists, architects, lawyers and hardworking country folk – “a’ Jock Tamson’s Bairns”! Here Katy and her band of talented musicians, (you can join in too) create a wonderful atmosphere where you can relax and enjoy a true countryside bar.