Watermill & Tea Rooms – Blair Atholl

 

 

Description

In this 17th century watermill they still grind their own flour to bake all the bread and cakes – even the wholemeal Victoria Sponge is light – honest!

Fancy a Cuppa? Book CoverFancy a Cuppa?

Fancy a Cuppa? reviews 50 places across the UK for a good cup of tea or coffee and a nice piece of cake, a scone or other local delicacy.  This is not a ’50 best’ tea rooms or cafes guide. Rather it includes places that have a story to tell.

Read the full description of this book on the books page and if you like what you see you can buy it from there too.

Menu

The Victoria Sponge is special (how do they make it wholemeal but light?).  But all the cakes and scones are just as good.  And the savoury food is top quality too.  Try a Lockerbie cheese roll or the Dunkeld smoked salmon.  Or just have a bowl of soup with bread. All the bread is baked on the premises (wholemeal, poppy seed, olive bread, sundried tomato bread) and if you want a sandwich with your favourite bread, they’ll usually make it up for you. Everything we have ever eaten there has been delicious.

Address

Blair Atholl Watermill, PH18 5SH

Contact details

01796 481321

Web address

http://www.blairathollwatermill.co.uk/

Opening Hours

10.00 – 5.30pm every day from 1 April to 31 October.

Closed from November to March inclusive.

Getting there

A few miles north of Pitlochry, just off the A9.  Trains arrive every couple of hours on the Glasgow-Inverness route.

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