The road to Sheriffmuir from Dunblane is too narrow to be numbered, and you may be concerned you have taken a wrong turn until you reach this splendidly isolated, whitewashed inn. Inside there is a warm fire at a friendly bar filled with wooden furniture. The restaurant is slightly more formal and has views onto the moor beyond. Owner and chef Geoff Cook keeps to local produce wherever possible, but with an international touch; try the monkfish with chili-crab crème and basmati rice or the twice-cooked belly pork with black pudding. The desserts are very tempting.