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The Weem Hotel

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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.


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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Sample Menu:

(Smaller portions available for those with a wee appetite)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

(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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