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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Aberfoyle

Places to eat in Aberfoyle.



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An excellent base for walking, cycling, sailing and fly-fishing, Aberfoyle, which sits on the upper reaches of the Forth, is the southern gateway to The Trossachs. It sits close the forest of Loch Ard, the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and Scotland's only natural ‘lake', the Lake of Monteith.

It was little more than an isolated Highland village until the end of the 18th century but was made famous through the novels of Sir Walter Scott who stayed at the Old Manse and saw most of the surrounding countryside from horseback.

At one time the town was a key centre for slate quarrying. At its peak more than one million roof slates were produced each year.

A ferry takes visitors to the island of Inchmahome where a ruined Augustine priory sheltered the young Mary, Queen of Scots, as she fled for her life in 1547. To the north is the Duke's Road, which takes travellers over the hills to Loch Achray and into the heart of The Trossachs. Built by the Duke of Montrose around 1810, it was only opened to the public in 1931.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Aberfoyle or surrounding areas.

Aberfoyle Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc

Braeval Restaurant

Braeval, nr Aberfoyle, FK8 3UY
Tel: 01877 382711    Fax: 01877 382400

A unique tea shop located within a converted 17th century water mill. Freshly baked cakes, scones, breads and sweets, light meals, soups and side dishes. Salads and sandwiches, traditional and clotted cream teas, and a children’s menu. On Saturday evenings 3-course meals are served by gifted chef, Samuel Carter.
Type: Restaurant

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The Black Bull

Main Street, Gartmore, FK8 3RW
Tel/Fax: 01877 382225
E-mail: jimbull10@aol.com
Web: www.blackbullgartmore.co.uk

The Black Bull offers breakfasts. morning coffees, lunches, afternoon teas, bar meals and a la carte menu in the evening.
Type: Restaurant/Pub/Inn

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The Covenanters Inn

Aberfoyle, Stirlingshire, FK8 3XD
Tel: 01877 382347    Fax: 01877 340957
E-mail: admin@covenantersinn.com
Web: www.covenantersinn.com

An historic Scottish Manor, located within private gardens on the outskirts of Aberfoyle.
Type: Restaurant

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The Forth Inn

Main Street, Aberfoyle, Trossachs, Scotland, FK8 3UQ
Tel: 01877 382372
E-mail: Phil@ForthInn.com
Web: www.forthinn.com

SLTN Independent Pub of the Year, also Voted 'Best Place to Eat Out' by Argyll, Loch Lomond, Stirling & The Trossachs Tourist Board. The Forth Inn serves traditional Scottish fare, including the ever popular Venison, Lamb and Salmon dishes.
Type: Restaurant/Pub/Inn

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The Lake of Menteith Hotel

Port of Menteith, Perthshire, Scotland, FK8 3RA
Tel: 01877 385258    Fax: 01877 385671
E-mail: enquiries@lake-hotel.com
Web: www.lake-hotel.com

Waterfront dining at  including afternoon teas, light lunches, pub suppers and relaxing evening meals.
Type: Restaurant

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The Wee But n Ben Bistro

Main Street, Aberfoyle, FK8 3UG
Tel: 01877 389021
E-mail: enquiries@weebutnben.co.uk
Web: www.weebutnben.co.uk

Home Cooking, genuine Italian coffee, delicious gateaux along with snacks and candlelit meals.
Type: Restaurant

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