The Ardler Tavern, Blairgowrie - a nice place to be
Set on the border of Angus and Perthshire just off the A94 between Coupar Angus and Meigle.
The Tavern in the village of Ardler, nestled between the Grampian mountains and the Sidlaw hills has been trading for over 100 years, catering to the needs of locals and travellers alike.
A popular area for walkers, cyclists, field sports and fishing enthusiasts, whether you're coming to dine or just popping in for a refreshment we are here to welcome you after your day's activities whatever your preferred pursuit.
We have two letting rooms available, be it our cabin in the garden or the self-contained unit in the main building, you are guaranteed a restful stay.
When the sun shines relax in our beer garden and if it should be hiding enjoy a tipple in front of our wood burning stove.
There are no strangers at the Tavern , just friends we have not met yet !
Fantastic home cooked food
Enjoy a fabulous choice of menus, including our main menu and high tea, all at great prices. Our steak pie is not to be missed along with our roast chicken and skirlie.
We also offer a number of vegetarian starters and mains, plus a childrens menu.View our menus
Stay with us
If you choose to stay with us at The Ardler Tavern we have a choice of a double room in the Tavern, or a brand new glamping pod situated at the back of the property.
Whichever you choose, you can be certain that the facilities are excellent and perfect for your stay.View our Glamping pod
Choice of Local Ales
Here at The Ardler Tavern we can offer you a tipple of whatever you might fancy. Including some ales for the nearby Abernyte Brewery.
We also offer a range of wines, spirits, mixers, soft drinks and hot beverages.Find out more
- Angela S
Good food well presented, cooked to order with all the trimmings. Very pleasant country pub with a genuine welcome from the staff. Felt very much like a local should. Busy place, people coming and going all the time, would advise you book first. Tuesday was steak night, Friday is fish night, all freshly cooked.
- Leslie T
We stayed in the pod at the tavern Ardler for seven days.
Firstly the Pod its got everything you need for a week in Scotland with out breaking the bank Mine host JIM a lovely man nothing to much trouble, his staff are great .
Food Fab freshly cooked and lots of it The high tea delicious make sure you've brought an appetite. We will be back.
We had not been in Ardler for years.
After hearing good things about the food we thought we would try it for ourselves .
We booked ahead ( my Mum had been recently for lunch ) as she thought it was a bit small.
We were given a friendly welcome and nothing was too much trouble .
The food arrived after an acceptable amount of time and was very tasty.
There was a vast and varied selection of cakes accompanied by scones.
The only down side would be the aesthetics of the carpet ( old, stained and dirty) and the toilets need revamped. That being said it didn’t put us off.
We will return.
- Lorraine M
Visited this place on Saturday night for a meal for my partners birthday. This place is amazing, the choice of food is very good, with lots of specials available as well. When the meal was served it was piping hot and absolutely delicious. The staff are very friendly and go out if their way to make you feel welcome.
- Leslie M
So good to visit an establishment where the welcome is genuine, but absolutely not obsequious, where the service is terrific, where the food is good , the menu broad, the cost , including for drinks, is very reasonable. An old tavern that maintains much of the atmosphere of bygone years .Well worth arepeat visit, or more!.