The Black Watch is the perfect location for a celebratory evening out or a delicious Sunday Roast, newly decorated with vibrant colours and a warm inviting atmosphere, our menu offers mouth watering meals for even the most discerning palate.
The Black Watch is Aberfeldy's oldest and most famous public house, enjoyed by locals and visitors alike since the 1890's. Adorned by the regimental symbol of the Red Hackle The Black Watch Pub sits yards away from the Black Watch Memorial statue of Private Farquhar Shaw in Aberfeldy, the heart of Perthshire.
Comfortably seating around 40 guests in a modern and elegant style, The Black Watch Bar & Croft Restaurant has a lovely ambience as well as a friendly and welcoming staff to cater for your needs. With a traditional and varied range of choices displayed in our menu we aim to cater for all.
The Black Watch Bar is linked directly to the Restaurant, it is traditionally decorated and offers a 'friendly local pub atmosphere'. Whether it's a game of pool or a couple of drinks, you will undoubtedly enjoy the company and surroundings. During the summer months the decked Beer Garden seats up to 30 people, located to the rear of the property, is open to guests.
The Pub is open daily from 12noon (11.00m Saturday/Sunday) until late. The Restaurant is open Monday - Saturday from 6.00pm to 9.00pm & Sunday form 12noon to 9.00pm.