I have been fortunate to dine in some fabulous restaurants over the years, but until tonight I have never felt so compelled to share my experience on Tripadvisor, perhaps because this visit took our group completely by surprise.
Our only criticism would be that having stayed in the area for almost a week we nearly finished our holiday without happening upon it by chance. Instead of repeatedly being described as a "hidden gem" the owners should be shouting their existence from the rooftops. We think we covered most local eateries within a ten mile radius, most of a good standard, but only the Inn ticked all boxes.
We found the staff to be charismatic, knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and genuinely caring. The lady, we think her name was Josie, is one of catering's true character's who could create atmosphere in an empty room, she looked like she was having as good a time during our visit as any of her clients in a packed room. We felt sorry for those we saw being turned away at the door.
The Inn delivers from the moment you walk into the restaurant with one of the most impressive backdrops I have ever witnessed, the Falls at Grandtully provide better entertainment than television.
We found the menu to be extensive and complemented by a well thought out wine list, and prices against quality are embarrassingly cheap against city centre prices.
We genuinely felt as though we we're being looked after by friends in our own home, but the reality is any restaurant is as only as the food on the plate, which makes this restaurant something very special. Anyone who reads my review and does not have the Hake, either does not like fish or is very mistrusting, it is the best I haver ever had.
I note with interest this Inn does not rank in the top 10 within the Pitlochry area, well it ranks in my personal top 3.
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