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We called in at 'The Church House Inn' hoping that this village pub was actually serving food on Sunday evening, as many do not .
The staff, and owners were very welcoming, and the atmosphere was pleasant, with music playing quietly in the background.
Constructed from rendered stone under a pitched slate roof, the church is no longer in use and provides great scope for development (subject to obtaining all necessary consents).
Everything was delicious, we will be back.-Since the new owners took over we've eaten here a few times and apart from when we've had a carvery, which is still as good as ever, we've been disappointed each time.Description: Traditional historic 13th Century pub, restaurant serving great local produce.Large bar area with several dining areas to choose from. Full of traditional features including ; inglenook fireplaces, low beams and a well with tunnels to the Church opposite and beyond!Tomintoul (about 8 miles) provides useful amenities including shops, cafes, a public house, doctors' surgery and primary school whilst Dufftown, about 13 miles to the north also offers a good range of day to day facilities.There is also a well regarded primary school and doctor's surgery in Bridgend of Glenlivet (about 5 miles).
We ordered two 'rib eye' steaks, and a glass of house wine each.