Stewart Tower Dairy
It's hard not to love an ice-cream parlour, and this one just a mile off the A9 between Dunkeld and Perth has established a fine track record of putting smiles on faces. Situated in a distinctive round farm building dating from the 1840s, Neil and Linsey Butler’s café sells 200 seasonal flavours churned in the adjoining ice-cream factory using milk from their herd of pedigree Holstein Friesian cows. The list starts with the simplest ‘moo ice cream’ of milk, sugar and cream, then heads off through peaches and buttermilk, blackberry yoghurt, whisky crunch, raspberry pavlova, mincemeat, banana marshmallow and so on. Alongside ice-cream cones, tubs and towering knickerbocker glories and sundaes, menus offer breakfasts, lunches with specials such as a roast and smoked meat platter, potted wild hare or mackerel and coriander pâté. Next to the café is a small farm shop and deli counter, and there's outdoor seating with pigs, ponies and goats penned alongside.
- Provides: Wheelchair access