The Moulin Inn, Moulin - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8449) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Pitlochry (0.8 miles)
- Food served, Real ale
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|I've been using this pub since the early 1990s, as it has a splendid position close to the A9 and ready for the walk up Ben Vrackie. Comfortable cubby-holes, a very good range of food and at least five beers from the house brewery. I was delighted to stop by again recently and found the quality up to previous visits. I noticed some reference to these beers being available also in the Bothy Bar of the Atholl Arms Hotel (Blair Atholl) but wasn't able to confirm that.|
Arctium_lappa - 17 Feb 2013 23:12
|Popped in for a 'couple' on a quiet midweek evening, and though the place was almost empty, this was still a cracking pub. Four real ales were on offer from it's own brewery, all were tried, and all were good, but especially the strong, 'Old Remedial'. It could perhaps improve with a guest ale, but the open real fire added atmosphere and the staff were friendly, if just a bit too keen to clean up at the end of the night whilst we were still there.|
This place is a good place to visit and worth the 15 minute walk up the hill from the centre of Pitlochry - The best pub in the area by far.
SouthYorkshireman - 27 Jan 2013 22:03
|I agree (though to split hairs I would point out 'whisky' is Scottish and 'whiskey' is Irish). I had the Moulin Light, the Braveheart and the Old Remedial, which were all very good. Cracking lunch too- no wonder it was pretty rammed for a Monday. Lovely building with hanging baskets, etc. |
jagsfan - 7 Aug 2012 12:21
|just returned from a wonderfull week staying opposite the moulin inn. visited everyday, and would keep visiting if i was there longer. |
the moulin inn's own brewed beers are great, especially the Braveheart. and as with any decent pub in scotland, the whiskey selection was extensive, including the local edradour whiskeys.
the staff were wonderfull, especially a chap from bristol, who made us feel so welcome. all the staff put up with us idiot tourists trying the whiskeys and trying our scottish acents.
food was decent, some dishes more than others. the battered haggis starter was sublime and the veggies amongst us loved the macaroni cheese. the atmosphere in the pub was very good, with a healthy mix of tourists and friendly locals.
the building itslef is a wonderfull 18th century building, really liked the feel of the inside, the bar area was dark and wood lined, and the back eating/drinking area was lined with booths for groups to enjoy themselves in. plenty of stuff othe walls and stained glass making it really comfy.
if you are in pitlochry, this pub is 100% worth the short trip out of town.
CHELSEA_on_tour - 24 Jul 2012 13:29
|I persuaded my other half to walk up the hill from Pitlochry as I assured her that the pub was worth it - she agreed! We sat outside in the weak sunshine and e njoyed their home-brewed beers - the Braveheart being my favourite although the Light was also very good. They are brewed as typically traditional Scottish beers i.e. slightly more malty than many Southern brews but they are excellent and the hotel/bar is set in beautiful countryside with some great views around. If you kept on walking for another mile or so you would come to Scotland's smallest distillery at Edradour but if you like your beer - and some interesting food - then you will be hard pushed to beat The Moulin !! Highly recommended.|
mcroyal - 12 May 2012 14:47
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