Eat & Drink
at the Atholl Hotel
Great menu, seasonal choice
With a choice of our restaurant, bar or lounge menus, you can dine at your leisure, whether as a guest of the Atholl Hotel or as one of our many visitors who choose to eat from our extensive menu.
We use fresh, local produce to create a range of seasonal dishes which include vegetarian and light & healthy options. Do ask about our daily specials and speak to any member of the team if you have any dietary requirements or food preferences.
We welcome the whole family, with a children’s menu containing smaller portions from the main menu, as well as a few choices they’ll quickly recognise.
We do recommend booking for tables up to 12 if you would like to eat in our restaurant as we are a popular venue and we wouldn’t want anyone to be disappointed.
If you’re looking for something more relaxing, we offer scones and tea or coffee in our lounge, which is a popular place to catch up with friends or have a 1-2-1 business meeting.
Our bar offers a tasty range of snacks and we also have famous gin menu, which has a popular following with our regular guests.
MEAL SERVICE TIMES
Monday – Sunday 12.00pm – 2.00pm
Monday – Thursday: 5.30pm – 9.00pm
Friday – Sunday: 5.00pm – 9.00pm
We also serve meals between 12 noon and 9.00pm every Sunday in our Lounge Bar
Serving fresh, seasonal, local produce, our restaurant is a lovely place to come and eat with family and friends. We offer traditional and varied menus and cater for any dietary requirement – just ask.
Our bar is open to guests and visitors alike, serving an extensive offering of beers, wines and spirits. The Gin Menu features 20 different gins, with something for everyone. Slàinte!
What could be better? A light lunch of a steaming bowl of soup or something more substantial like steak and ale pie. Perfect for spending time and lingering with family or friends.
There’s nothing quite like an afternoon tea event at the Atholl Hotel. Home-baked scones, freshly brewed tea or coffee and a relaxing atmosphere in a private room – what are you waiting for?