The Inn On The Tay

Scottish Inns

The Inn On The Tay

Grandtully Pitlochry Perthshire
Scotland PH9 0PL

Tel: 01887 840760

The Rooms at the Inn on the Tay

A warm and friendly welcome sets the tone for a memorable overnight stay in one of our six family sized rooms. With an emphasis on creating the perfect relaxing environment, we aim to help you to truly unwind.

We pride ourselves in presenting our bright, fresh rooms with their cosy decoration, constantly maintained by Josie’s attention for detail. She tirelessly strives to ensure your stay exceeds expectations.

From our restaurant and bar all our guests can enjoy the incredible views of the river Tay as it passes the Grandtully rapids. However, four of our rooms offer the unrivalled opportunity to experience the spectacle from the privacy of your own armchair. This has proven to make our rooms highly sought after spots for a romantic short break, family holiday or for some well earned respite from the daily grind.

Our Restaurant

Our head chef and his committed team create dishes for all the family from Scotland’s culinary larder and a wealth of local ingredients. With an emphasis on exceptional quality and seasonal freshness from land and sea, Chef’s extensive history of worldwide travel allows the Inn to benefit from not only the traditional but also the authentic. So don’t be surprised to see Belhaven Best Beer-battered Fish and Chips on our menu, alongside an Asian Smoked Duck Salad.

We work extremely hard to exceed your expectations; from the food we produce to the service to the glass and even the plate! We do have to accept that this is made a little easier by the benefit of the stunning backdrop which the world famous River Tay and Highland Perthshire gives our restaurant. Our guests can always expect to see something happening on the river during their stay, anything from world class Olympians at play on the rapids, daring white knuckled rafters, to rare red squirrels and leaping salmon. A meal in our restaurant will certainly leave a lasting impression.

The Inn On The Tay