The Loch Leven Hotel is all about hospitality
Their menus offer the flexibility of dining from an evening dinner menu or from the informal bar menu. No matter which one you choose, the Loch Leven have selected the best local suppliers for their outstanding produce.
Brand new head chef, Jacob Cotton, has created imaginative menus with distinctive flair for everyone to enjoy.
The Loch Leven’s new menu was launched last week and details can be found on their website. All items on the menu are available in the main restaurant as well as in the bar dining area.
Titled the Best Bar and Best Bar Dining in the Highlands by Scottish Hotel Awards 2016, the Old Ferry Bar at the Loch Leven Hotel welcomes its patrons with an enviable drinks list and mouth watering menu in unique and historic surroundings
The well-stocked bar currently serves over 60 malt whiskies and a wide selection of draught & bottled beers, with some local craft ales also available. Not to mention their carefully selected cocktail list.
The bar currently stocks more than 50 types of gin, but when owners, Craig Innes and wife Noru, discovered no where in the area produced local gin, they decided to make their own.
The couple are now embarking on a new venture to distil their own gin, bottling, labelling and marketing the products themselves.
Why not enjoy your bar meal or drink al-fresco on the loch view sundeck? Perched above the hotel's mature and vibrant gardens and overlooking the loch, relax and watch as yachts sail by and herons dip and dive in the loch.
Relax and enjoy the jovial atmosphere with staff and locals alike and cosy up by the open fire on colder days.
Children of all ages are welcome, as are well behaving dogs which are welcome in the bar and games room where you can also find a television, a pool table and some old school Nintendo games!
Lunch is served from 12pm until 3pm and dinner is served from 6pm until 9pm.