Ballintaggart is an inspiring rural destination with stunning views over the Tay valley, a stone throw from Grandtully. Chris and Rachel’s combined skills have created a refined venue for a memorable food experience. It is now even more of a family business with Chris’ brother Andrew joining team Rowley.
Within the beautifully restored old farm buildings there is fine dining, Feast Nights and the light and spacious Cook School where Chris offers a range of excellent courses; a generous steading for events and gatherings; an intimate library, perfect for smaller groups, along with a gracious lounge with panoramic views and two stylish double rooms for overnight accommodation. Chris is a natural teacher and those who have attended his courses all speak very highly of him and leave, reluctantly, feeling inspired and ready to book their next one!
Locally sourced produce is fundamental at Ballintaggart and their hens peck contentedly among the fruit orchard and the vegetable gardens are coming along a treat. As much as possible is sourced from small producers or home grown. Everything is as fresh as can be so booking essential.
Catering in Scotland Excellent Award Finalist 2018, Food Tourism Award.
Ballintaggart is a beautiful place to escape from city life for a break, whether you wish to enrol on a course or just walk, relax and eat! The panoramic views of the valley are stunning and Grandtully only a stone’s throw away.
Ballintaggart is also offer Feasts on the Move at your own venue and Private Dining. Last year (2018) they bought and fully restored The Grandtully Hotel by Ballintaggart in the nearby village, offering a range of dining experiences and additional accommodation (see separate entry).