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Food at Fir Tree B&B

At Fir Tree B&B we like to use good quality, home-made or locally sourced ingredients to provide you with delicious and wholesome treats throughout the day. We are happy to cater for guests with special dietary requirements, please let us know in advance so we can match your needs.

Eat, sleep, relax and recuperate.

On arrival at Fir Tree B&B Aileen and Nick will serve a welcome tray with tea/coffee and home-made baking e.g. scones or shortbread.

Fir Tree B&B Breakfast

Guests can select from a buffet bench with: fruit juice, fresh fruit platter, yoghurts and a range of cereals including muesli and granola. A plentiful supply of tea/coffee, toast and home-made preserves are served.

The hot breakfast options include:

  • Full Scottish breakfast consisting of sausage, bacon, fried, poached or scrambled eggs, tomatoes or baked beans, mushrooms, black pudding and haggis.

  • Delicious scrambled eggs, with Scottish smoked salmon or streaky bacon served on toasted bread/muffins.

  • Traditional porridge served with a maple syrup and cream.

  • Daily special e.g. pancakes bacon and maple syrup or fresh baked croissants or French toast and bacon.

 

We would appreciate if guests could choose what they would like the night before so that your breakfast is freshly cooked and punctual for you in the morning. 

Breakfast is served in the Dining Room from 7.00am to 9.00am. Aileen and Nick are happy to serve breakfasts out with these times, with prior notice.

Fir Tree B&B Packed Lunches

Packed lunches can be pre-ordered the previous evening to ensure they are freshly prepared for your departure time the next morning. 

Packed lunch options include:

  • Sandwiches with a variety of fillings e.g. ham & cheese, egg mayonnaise, tuna & sweetcorn, cheese & tomato.

  • Mini pies or sausage rolls

  • Snacks- crisps or nuts

  • Fruit- apple or banana

  • Sweet treat- biscuit or muffin

  • Plus a soft drink or thermos of tea/coffee.

Check out our “Good Food & Drink guide” for more delicious dining delights. 

Good Food & Drink Guide

Eat, sleep, relax and recuperate.

Crieff is a real haven for all who appreciate great food and drinks. Aileen and Nick are happy to make recommendations and book a table, if required. A few suggestions are listed below to give you a flavour or the quality and variety on offer in Crieff.

 

Cafes and restaurants 

The Blue Flax Tearoom

The tea Room is located in a converted 19th century chapel on the street known locally as Lodge Brae. They offer a wide range of hot drinks, a variety of soft drinks and delicious home-baking. Hot food including: home-made soups, Panini, baked potatoes, toasties and sandwiches. Afternoon tea is also available from 2pm.

 

Pura Maison

Serve lovely food, to lovely people, in lovely surroundings. Their cakes, scones and lunch options are firm favourites with Aileen and Nick. All food is freshly prepared using locally sourced ingredients and quality suppliers.

Red Squirrel Cafe

The Red Squirrel Cafe is a licensed Cafe Restaurant which also displays and excellent range of gifts, jewellery, scarves paintings and artworks. It provides a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere as you sample their treats. The menu includes home-baking, hot snacks with daily specials and gluten/dairy free alternatives.

 

The Pavilion Cafe, MacRosty Park, Crieff

Loved by locals and visitors alike, this beautiful park has gorgeous views across Strathearn towards Ben Chonzie, and boasts everything from modern, well-equipped kids play areas to a Victorian bandstand, café and picnic area. The Pavilion Cafe is the ideal place to relax and revive with tea, coffee, filled rolls, hot soup or ice-cream. 

 

For evening meals:

 

Spoilt for choice, but here’s a selection of venues which guests regularly rave about, after dining out in the evening.

 

Yann’s at Glenearn House

The Bistro-style restaurant features many dishes from Yann’s home region of Chamonix. For Yann, cooking is a passion. The emphasis is on good food, kept simple and traditional then served in a relaxed and convivial environment.

 

Delivino

Relaxed, informal surroundings and a menu showcasing food and wine enthusiastically and skilfully selected and served with pride and passion. The emphasis is on good ingredients, simply cooked to show them at their best. On offer is a wide range scrumptious pizza, salads, bruschetta and pasta dishes

 

 

The Gurkhas

The Gurkhas aim is to bring you the finest Nepalese and Indian food with a modern twist. They are passionate and proud of their food, serving truly tasty meals with great service guaranteed.

 

The Tower Gastro Pub

The menu offers a range of family-friendly dishes, all diligently prepared, from light lunches of sandwiches, soup or salads to pizzas, grills and classics such as fish and chips, and steak and ale pie. The enjoyable burger comes towering on a board, with perfect hand-cut, skin-on chips. They also have one of the best beer gardens in the area, with children's play area, chicken coup and veg allotment.

 

But, there are many more great options so please ask Aileen and Nick for some more suggestions.

Local retailers

In addition, take a st2roll down the High Street and you’ll be delighted to find numerous retailers of the finest food and drink produce. Campbell’s Bakery, The Crieff Food Co, McNee’s Delicatessen and Chocolatier, Gordon and Durward confectionary and J.L Gill provide the ideal opportunity to sample Scottish produce at its best. Whether it’s for personal indulgence or a gift for a friend you’ll be spoilt for choice.