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The Weem Hotel
Weem
Aberfeldy
Perthshire

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This hotel occupies a prominent position overlooking the village of Weem by Aberfeldy, an ideal place for a relaxing break, active holiday or base from which to explore wider Perthshire.

A former coaching inn, Aberfeldy Weem Hotel is family owned, friendly and flexible. You will enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, where the emphasis is on an authentic Highland hospitality experience. The restaurant offers dishes that draw from fresh local ingredients; the best of Scotland’s natural larder. Unwind with a drink in the cosy lounge by the log fire, or in sunnier climes, the beer garden and patio provide the perfect place to relax.

Details

Ratings/Awards: VisitScotland 3 Star Small Hotel
Number of Rooms: 16
Number Ensuite: 16

Price per Person

Double: £45
Twin: £45
Single: £50 - Single occupancy
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Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
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Sample Menu:


Starters
(Smaller portions available for those with a wee appetite)

Chef’s Soup of the Day
Fresh homemade Soup served with Crusty bread

£2.75
Cocktail Glendronach
Scottish Variation of prawn cocktail, with onion, tomato and whisky cream mayonnaise.

£4.25
Roulade of Seaweed and Smoked Salmon
Fresh seaweed, filled with Smoked Scottish Salmon and trout mousse, drizzled with a light Lime dressing.

£4.95
Sautéed Mushrooms (v)
Fresh wild mushrooms cooked in garlic butter and served with Italian bread.

£3.65
Chicken Terrine
Strips of chicken encased in bacon, with pistachio nuts, served on a bed of mixed salad leaves and caramelised red onion.
£4.75

Bruschette (v)
Warm Italian bread brushed with olive oil & garlic, topped with diced onion, tomato and chopped basil.
£3.95

Haggis Cake
Haggis combined with chives and creamy potatoes. Coated in bread crumbs and deep fried. Drizzled with a chive and whisky cream sauce.
£3.95

Weem Skink
A variation of traditional Cullen Skink, with Salmon, Haddock
Prawns, Mussels and Potatoes, and scented with Red Chilli and Neeps
£3.95

Duck Breast
Warm Duck layered on Salad Leaves, with a Cherry Brandy and Balsamic dressing
£4.75

Mains
(Smaller portions available for those with a wee appetite)

Beef Stir Fry £9.65
Strips of Scottish fillet steak in a mixed pepper and sweet chilli sauce.
Served on a bed of noodles.

Lamb Noisettes £10.25
Pan fried succulent Scottish Lamb, coated with a redcurrant, port and rosemary Jus.

Mushroom Stroganoff £8.25 (v)
Wild mushrooms, sautéed with onions, French mustard, celery, flamed in a brandy cream sauce. Served with a timbale of rice.

Supreme of Chicken £9.95
Baked chicken supreme, stuffed with haggis and smoked chicken, coated
with a creamy bacon and whisky sauce.

Scottish Salmon £9.50
Baked darne of Scottish salmon in puff pastry with dill and orange.
Served on a bed of chive and white wine cream sauce.

Steak and Ale Pie £7.50
A traditional favourite – lean Scottish beef in rich locally brewed ale gravy, encased in Crisp Flaky Puff Pastry.

Venison Steak £10.25
Tender haunch of Scottish venison, pan fired in butter with a shallot, thyme and Juniper and red wine sauce.

Beef Stroganoff £9.65
Strips of Scotch Fillet Steak with Mushrooms, Onions, French Mustard, Brandy and Paprika, in a Creamy Sauce served with a timbale of Rice.

Steak Selection

All served with salad and chips
All 250g uncooked weight (8oz)
Sirloin £12.75, Fillet £15.95, Rib-eye £11.50
Cooked to your liking, served with a Roasted Tomato and Mushrooms and a choice of Pepper, Diane or Chive and Whisky Sauce (Sauces £1.25 supplement)

All served with a selection of Chef’s Choice Fresh Vegetables and Potatoes

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