Ballintaggart Farm is a refined, rural destination in Highland Perthshire. Stay in our individually designed bedrooms and enjoy eating or learning to cook fabulous food.
Perfectly nestled into rolling hillside overlooking the beautiful Tay Valley, the site was historically a working farm. The steadings have been lovingly converted so you can relax, re-engage with the simpler pleasures in life and explore all that Highland Perthshire has to offer.
The kitchen is at the heart of Ballintaggart. Good food is prepared with classical skill and thought, championing local, artisan producers and Scottish ingredients.
If you stay with us, you will enjoy breakfast, delicious homebaking each afternoon, optional packed lunch and Ballintaggart dinner (available by advanced request). You can also take part in one of our cookery classes where Head Chef Chris, trained at world-renowned Leiths School of Food and Wine imparts his knowledge and experience.
Currently we have just two individually styled rooms designed with great care and attention to the smallest details and comforts.
Both bedrooms (from £115 per room, per night) are filled with rustic luxury, homely charm and individual touches. Each room benefits from large, comfortable beds, crisp white 200TC Egyptian cotton sheets, feather and down pillows and duvets (non allergenic also available – please let us know at time of reservation), and locally sourced accessories from Homer. Rooms are also equipped with a wall mounted flat screen TV, complimentary wifi access, hairdryer, Nespresso machine and kettle. Luxury towels, plush bathmats, waffle bathrobes, heated towel rails and toiletries from The Highland Soap Company. All guests are free to explore the paths through the wild flower meadows and have complimentary use of the tennis court.
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