The Kirkstyle Inn sits in the centre of the historic village of Dunning. Once the capital of the Picts, it was here the King of the Picts, Kenneth I, died in 860AD. The Inn was built over 200 years ago in typical Georgian style along with the reconstruction of the rest of the village after it was completely destroyed during the first Jacobite rebellion. The only building to survive was St Serfs Church and it is across from here that the Kirkstyle Inn stands today.
The Kirkstyle Inn is a warm and friendly, family-run pub and restaurant, proud to boast it's Egon Ronay award for food and for the high quality of the beers and real ales, The Good Beer Guide and Cask Marque accreditation.
The Inn itself is a charmingly attractive pub that remains largely unchanged over the years. But do not underestimate its cosy and welcoming atomosphere, the exceptional menus provides the best in local produce - from fresh fish and seafood caught that morning to beautifully tender game
Please take your time to browse our site and discover what the Kirkstyle Inn has to offer.
We look forward to seeing you soon!