Inn on the Tay
This B&B's great selling point is location: as the name implies, it sits alongside the tumbling Tay rapids at Grandtully, making the most of them with a restaurant overlooking the river and a large terrace for fine weather. Four of the six bedrooms also have river views, and there's a children's play area just next to the terrace, within easy view of parents. The dining room – open to non-residents as well as guests – is smartly presented in cream, green and dark wood, and serves a short, seasonally inclined bistro menu of reasonably priced favourites. Typical autumnal starters, for example, include pigeon, red cabbage and beetroot slaw with cauliflower purée, or Morangie brie rolled in oats, with home-made redcurrant jelly. Among the mains you'll find a pie of the day, and perhaps confit duck with celeriac mash. A bar menu offers lunch sandwiches and simple mains.